Nebraska Annual Social Indicators Survey, 2003

Data Archive > U.S. Surveys > General Population > Local/Regional > Others > Codebook


All frequencies weighted by 409) PWEIGHT;
(The number of missing cases reported in the codebook are unweighted)
1) Respondent identification number (RESPID)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL24272198.73700.62
2) What is your sex? (SEXR)
TOTAL%
1) Male119549.2
5) Female123150.7
8) Don't know10
TOTAL2427100.0
3) Have I reached [telephone number]? [IF (ANSWER equals 5) skip to 'nonqual2'] (INTRO2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2427100
TOTAL2427100.0
4) Have I reached you on your HOME phone? I mean that this is NOT a teen line or a second line used for a home business. [IF (ANSWER equals 5) skip to 'nonqual2'] (INTRO2A)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2427100
TOTAL2427100.0
5) Please tell me how old you were on your last birthday. (AGER)
TOTAL%
19) 19662.7
20) 20371.5
21) 21431.8
22) 22431.8
23) 23421.7
24) 24552.3
25) 25281.2
26) 26311.3
27) 27471.9
28) 28331.4
29) 29311.3
30) 30471.9
31) 31421.7
32) 32482
33) 33361.5
34) 34582.4
35) 35562.3
36) 36391.6
37) 37492
38) 38441.8
39) 39532.2
40) 40743
41) 41502.1
42) 42592.4
43) 43662.7
44) 44612.5
45) 45532.2
46) 46421.7
47) 47401.6
48) 48381.6
49) 49341.4
50) 50441.8
51) 51351.4
52) 52482
53) 53391.6
54) 54351.4
55) 55391.6
56) 56391.6
57) 57331.4
58) 58351.4
59) 59321.3
60) 60311.3
61) 61381.6
62) 6218.7
63) 63261.1
64) 6420.8
65) 65271.1
66) 66251
67) 6721.9
68) 68251
69) 69301.2
70) 70371.5
71) 71311.3
72) 7218.7
73) 73251
74) 7423.9
75) 7520.8
76) 76241
77) 7723.9
78) 7816.7
79) 7913.5
80) 8013.5
81) 8118.7
82) 8213.5
83) 8310.4
84) 8410.4
85) 859.4
86) 867.3
87) 873.1
88) 883.1
89) 895.2
90) 9010
91) 9110
92) 922.1
93) 9310
95) 9510
888) Don't know3.1
999) Refused13.5
TOTAL2428100.0
6) Are you married, never married, divorced, widowed, or separated? [if (marr equals 1) skip to pier] (MARR)
TOTAL%
1) Married163067.2
2) Never married42417.5
3) Divorced2028.3
4) Widowed1445.9
5) Separated22.9
6) Married, living apart10
9) Refused4.2
TOTAL2427100.0
7) Are you currently living with someone in a marriage-like relationship? (COHA)
TOTAL%
1) Yes15619.5
5) No63879.9
8) Don't know2.3
9) Refused2.3
Missing1467 
TOTAL798100.0
8) How are you related to the principal income earner in your household? (PIER)
TOTAL%
1) Principal Income Earner (P.I.E.)146660.4
2) Spouse of P.I.E.66427.4
3) Child/Stepchild of P.I.E.1335.5
4) Relative of P.I.E. (SPECIFY)361.5
5) Other (SPECIFY)1174.8
8) Don't know9.4
9) Refused2.1
TOTAL2427100.0
9) How many years of schooling have you completed? [if (answer is less than or equal to 10) skip to gedr] [if (answer is less than or equal to 22) skip to degr_1] (EDR)
TOTAL%
2) Second grade5.2
6) Sixth grade6.2
7) Seventh grade10
8) Eighth grade/Elementary only23.9
9) Ninth grade14.6
10) 10th grade331.4
11) 11th grade251
12) 12th grade73630.3
13) College freshman26611
14) College sophomore/Associate's degree39716.3
15) College junior1375.6
16) College senior/Bachelor's degree43818
17) First year of graduate school712.9
18) Second year of graduate school/Master's degree1516.2
19) Third year of graduate school241
20) Fourth year of graduate school361.5
21) Fifth year of graduate school11.5
22) Sixth year of graduate school/Doctorate degree (Ph.D.)471.9
23) GED/GED equivalent5.2
88) Don't know3.1
TOTAL2429100.0
10) Do you have a high school diploma or GED certificate? [if (answer is greater than 0) skip to hisp1] (GEDR)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2327.1
5) No6171.8
9) Refused11.2
Missing2346 
TOTAL85100.0
11) What is the highest degree you have attained? (DEGR_1)
TOTAL%
1) No diploma231
2) High school diploma/G.E.D.79433.9
3) Some college, but no degree44919.2
4) Technical/Associate/Junior college (two year, LPN)33714.4
5) Bachelor's degree (four year, BA, BS, RN)51822.1
6) Graduate degree (Master's, MA, Doctorate, Ph.D.)2219.4
9) Refused10
Missing80 
TOTAL2343100.0
12) Do you consider yourself to be Hispanic or Latino? (HISP1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes662.7
5) No235997.2
8) Don't know10
9) Refused2.1
TOTAL2428100.0
13) What race or races do you consider yourself to be? White (Caucasian) (RACE_1)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked1466
1) Checked228194
TOTAL2427100.0
14) What race or races do you consider yourself to be? Black or African American (RACE_2)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked236297.3
1) Checked652.7
TOTAL2427100.0
15) What race or races do you consider yourself to be? Asian (RACE_3)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked240799.2
1) Checked20.8
TOTAL2427100.0
16) What race or races do you consider yourself to be? American Indian or Alaska Native (RACE_4)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked240198.9
1) Checked261.1
TOTAL2427100.0
17) What race or races do you consider yourself to be? Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander (RACE_5)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked242299.8
1) Checked5.2
TOTAL2427100.0
18) What race or races do you consider yourself to be? Some other national origin / OTHER-SPECIFY (RACE_6)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked241799.5
1) Checked11.5
TOTAL2428100.0
19) What race or races do you consider yourself to be? Don't know (RACE_7)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked242099.7
1) Checked7.3
TOTAL2427100.0
20) What race or races do you consider yourself to be? Refused (RACE_8)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked241599.5
1) Checked12.5
TOTAL2427100.0
21) Have you visited any public parks or recreation sites in Nebraska in the previous year? [if (group is smaller than 3) skip to GPQ1a] [if (answer is greater than 1) skip to GP3a] (GP1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes39767.5
5) No19032.3
9) Refused1.2
Missing1820 
TOTAL588100.0
22) Which did you visit the most frequently - federal, state or local sites in Nebraska? (GP2)
TOTAL%
1) Federal92.3
2) State22957.8
3) Local14336.1
4) Other [specify]102.5
8) Don't know51.3
Missing2019 
TOTAL396100.0
23) Do you generally participate in outdoor activities by yourself, with friends, with family, or with both friends and family? (GP3A)
TOTAL%
1) Alone/self396.6
2) Friends437.3
3) Family12821.8
4) Both friends and family34258.2
8) Don't know305.1
9) Refused61
Missing1820 
TOTAL588100.0
24) Overall, during the past 12 months, have you participated in outdoor activities more, less, or about the same as in previous years? (GP23)
TOTAL%
1) More7612.9
2) Less17129.1
3) About the same33356.6
8) Don't know71.2
9) Refused1.2
Missing1820 
TOTAL588100.0
25) During the last 12 months, (that is, from December 2002 to December 2003), how many days did you... visit *State Parks* or *Recreation Areas* which required you to have a Nebraska Park Entry Permit (purchased for $2.50 per day or $14 for an annual permit)? [if (answer is equal to 0) skip to GP34] [if (answer is greater than 365) skip to GP34] (GP22_2)
TOTAL%
0) None - Zero days24842.2
1) 1559.4
2) 2589.9
3) 3396.6
4) 4284.8
5) 5396.6
6) 6172.9
7) 7122
8) 83.5
9) 900
10) 10193.2
11) 111.2
12) 1291.5
14) 14122
15) 1591.5
17) 171.2
20) 2071.2
21) 211.2
24) 242.3
25) 255.9
30) 30111.9
35) 351.2
36) 361.2
40) 402.3
50) 501.2
52) 521.2
90) 901.2
100) 1002.3
888) Don't know3.5
Missing1820 
TOTAL588100.0
26) You mentioned that you visited state parks or recreation areas which require you to have a Nebraska Park Entry Permit. On average, how much do you estimate you spent for gasoline during each trip? Would you say... (GP30)
TOTAL%
1) $0 - Nothing92.7
2) $1 to $10 ($.01-$9.99)14543.2
3) $10 to $20 ($10-19.99)8023.8
4) $20 to $30 ($20-29.99)3510.4
5) $30 to $40 ($30-39.99)226.5
6) $40 or more ($40+)3410.1
88) Don't know113.3
Missing2087 
TOTAL336100.0
27) On average, how much money would you say you spent for food, that is, for groceries or restaurant dining during each trip? Would you say... (GP31)
TOTAL%
1) $0 - Nothing3410.1
2) $1 to $10 ($.01-$9.99)4814.3
3) $10 to $20 ($10-19.99)6519.3
4) $20 to $30 ($20-29.99)7221.4
5) $30 to $40 ($30-39.99)329.5
6) $40 or more ($40+)7622.6
88) Don't know92.7
Missing2087 
TOTAL336100.0
28) How much money would you say you spent on average for lodging - camping, cabins, or motels - during each trip? Would you say... (GP32)
TOTAL%
1) $0 - Nothing19156.7
2) $1 to $10 ($.01-$9.99)236.8
3) $10 to $20 ($10-19.99)329.5
4) $20 to $30 ($20-29.99)185.3
5) $30 to $40 ($30-39.99)92.7
6) $40 or more ($40+)5716.9
88) Don't know72.1
Missing2087 
TOTAL337100.0
29) How much money would you say you spent for all other trip related expenses - this might include permits, entertainment or souvenirs on average for each trip? Would you say... (GP33)
TOTAL%
1) $0 - Nothing4011.9
2) $1 to $10 ($.01-$9.99)6820.2
3) $10 to $20 ($10-19.99)7321.7
4) $20 to $30 ($20-29.99)4112.2
5) $30 to $40 ($30-39.99)216.3
6) $40 or more ($40+)8525.3
88) Don't know82.4
Missing2087 
TOTAL336100.0
30) Now I'd like to ask you some questions about your recreational equipment and gear. Do you own or have you owned items such as recreational vehicles, tents, or other related camping gear or have you owned such gear during the last year? [if (answer is greater than 1) skip to GP36] (GP34)
TOTAL%
1) Yes32054.4
5) No26745.4
8) Don't know1.2
Missing1820 
TOTAL588100.0
31) Approximately how much money did you spend during the past year either purchasing or upgrading camping items such as recreational vehicles, tents, or other related camping gear? Would you say... (GP35)
TOTAL%
1) $0 - Nothing13441.9
2) $1 to $10 ($.01-$9.99)41.3
3) $10 to $20 ($10-19.99)103.1
4) $20 to $30 ($20-29.99)175.3
5) $30 to $40 ($30-39.99)113.4
6) $40 or more ($40+)13843.1
88) Don't know61.9
Missing2125 
TOTAL320100.0
32) Do you own or have you owned boating items such as boats, boating motors, boat trailers, or related recreational boating gear during the past year? (GP36)
TOTAL%
1) Yes10117.2
5) No48682.7
8) Don't know1.2
Missing1820 
TOTAL588100.0
33) How satisfied are you with the following Nebraska Game and Parks Commission programs and activities... Enforcement of fishing, hunting, boating and state park regulations... (GPP9A)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied19933.9
2) Somewhat satisfied23540
3) Somewhat dissatisfied284.8
4) Very dissatisfied91.5
8) Don't know11519.6
9) Refused1.2
Missing1820 
TOTAL587100.0
34) How satisfied are you with the following Nebraska Game and Parks Commission programs and activities... Acquisition of additional land and water for public use through purchase, lease, and easement... (GPP9J)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied8614.6
2) Somewhat satisfied27346.4
3) Somewhat dissatisfied498.3
4) Very dissatisfied162.7
8) Don't know16327.7
9) Refused1.2
Missing1820 
TOTAL588100.0
35) How satisfied are you with the following Nebraska Game and Parks Commission programs and activities... Information on fishing, hunting, and park opportunities... (GPP9M)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied19933.9
2) Somewhat satisfied25443.3
3) Somewhat dissatisfied284.8
4) Very dissatisfied91.5
8) Don't know9616.4
9) Refused1.2
Missing1820 
TOTAL587100.0
36) How satisfied are you with the following Nebraska Game and Parks Commission programs and activities... Information on fisheries, wildlife and park programs and projects... (GPP9N)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied15426.2
2) Somewhat satisfied25643.5
3) Somewhat dissatisfied457.7
4) Very dissatisfied5.9
8) Don't know12721.6
9) Refused1.2
Missing1820 
TOTAL588100.0
37) For the next few questions, please indicate how important each of the following resources is to your quality of life (health, family, well-being, environment, community) in Nebraska... Natural areas... [if (group equals 3) skip to GPBF1] (GPQ1A)
TOTAL%
1) Very important96052.2
2) Somewhat important78442.6
3) Somewhat unimportant522.8
4) Not at all important281.5
8) Don't know13.7
9) Refused2.1
Missing606 
TOTAL1839100.0
38) For the next few questions, please indicate how important each of the following resources is to your quality of life (health, family, well-being, environment, community) in Nebraska... Prairies (grasslands)... (GPQ1C)
TOTAL%
1) Very important87647.6
2) Somewhat important75941.3
3) Somewhat unimportant1136.1
4) Not at all important734
8) Don't know181
Missing606 
TOTAL1839100.0
39) For the next few questions, please indicate how important each of the following resources is to your quality of life (health, family, well-being, environment, community) in Nebraska... Wetlands... (GPQ1D)
TOTAL%
1) Very important72939.6
2) Somewhat important78842.8
3) Somewhat unimportant1739.4
4) Not at all important1116
8) Don't know372
9) Refused1.1
Missing606 
TOTAL1839100.0
40) For the next few questions, please indicate how important each of the following resources is to your quality of life (health, family, well-being, environment, community) in Nebraska... Rivers and streams... (GPQ1E)
TOTAL%
1) Very important135773.8
2) Somewhat important43923.9
3) Somewhat unimportant201.1
4) Not at all important191
8) Don't know4.2
9) Refused00
Missing606 
TOTAL1839100.0
41) For the next few questions, please indicate how important each of the following resources is to your quality of life (health, family, well-being, environment, community) in Nebraska... Lakes and reservoirs... (GPQ1F)
TOTAL%
1) Very important131871.7
2) Somewhat important47125.6
3) Somewhat unimportant261.4
4) Not at all important201.1
8) Don't know4.2
9) Refused00
Missing606 
TOTAL1839100.0
42) For the next few questions, please indicate how important each of the following resources is to your quality of life (health, family, well-being, environment, community) in Nebraska... Clean water... (GPQ1G)
TOTAL%
1) Very important176395.8
2) Somewhat important754.1
4) Not at all important1.1
8) Don't know1.1
Missing606 
TOTAL1840100.0
43) For the next few questions, please indicate how important each of the following resources is to your quality of life (health, family, well-being, environment, community) in Nebraska... State Parks... (GPQ1J)
TOTAL%
1) Very important109859.7
2) Somewhat important68037
3) Somewhat unimportant382.1
4) Not at all important17.9
8) Don't know4.2
9) Refused3.2
Missing606 
TOTAL1840100.0
44) For the next few questions, please indicate how important each of the following resources is to your quality of life (health, family, well-being, environment, community) in Nebraska... Fishing... (GPQ2C)
TOTAL%
1) Very important67436.6
2) Somewhat important74640.5
3) Somewhat unimportant21811.8
4) Not at all important19110.4
8) Don't know10.5
9) Refused1.1
Missing606 
TOTAL1840100.0
45) For the next few questions, please indicate how important each of the following resources is to your quality of life (health, family, well-being, environment, community) in Nebraska... Hiking and biking... (GPQ2D)
TOTAL%
1) Very important52428.5
2) Somewhat important89948.9
3) Somewhat unimportant20411.1
4) Not at all important20511.1
8) Don't know7.4
Missing606 
TOTAL1839100.0
46) For the next few questions, please indicate how important each of the following resources is to your quality of life (health, family, well-being, environment, community) in Nebraska... Power boating and skiing in lakes... (GPQ2E)
TOTAL%
1) Very important27214.8
2) Somewhat important72039.1
3) Somewhat unimportant35719.4
4) Not at all important48326.3
8) Don't know8.4
9) Refused00
Missing606 
TOTAL1840100.0
47) For the next few questions, please indicate how important each of the following resources is to your quality of life (health, family, well-being, environment, community) in Nebraska... Observing wildlife... (GPQ2F)
TOTAL%
1) Very important87147.4
2) Somewhat important79443.2
3) Somewhat unimportant1055.7
4) Not at all important633.4
8) Don't know6.3
9) Refused00
Missing606 
TOTAL1839100.0
48) For the next few questions, please indicate how important each of the following resources is to your quality of life (health, family, well-being, environment, community) in Nebraska... Farming... (GPQ2G)
TOTAL%
1) Very important137974.9
2) Somewhat important32417.6
3) Somewhat unimportant663.6
4) Not at all important663.6
8) Don't know5.3
Missing606 
TOTAL1840100.0
49) For the next few questions, please indicate how important each of the following resources is to your quality of life (health, family, well-being, environment, community) in Nebraska... Boating and floating in rivers... (GPQ2H)
TOTAL%
1) Very important32217.5
2) Somewhat important89748.7
3) Somewhat unimportant27214.8
4) Not at all important33918.4
8) Don't know10.5
9) Refused1.1
Missing606 
TOTAL1841100.0
50) For the next few questions, please indicate how important each of the following resources is to your quality of life (health, family, well-being, environment, community) in Nebraska... Hunting... (GPQ2I)
TOTAL%
1) Very important49126.7
2) Somewhat important67636.7
3) Somewhat unimportant24013
4) Not at all important42222.9
8) Don't know11.6
Missing606 
TOTAL1840100.0
51) For the next few questions, please indicate how important each of the following resources is to your quality of life (health, family, well-being, environment, community) in Nebraska... Camping... (GPQ2J)
TOTAL%
1) Very important59532.3
2) Somewhat important81944.5
3) Somewhat unimportant1608.7
4) Not at all important26014.1
8) Don't know6.3
Missing606 
TOTAL1840100.0
52) During the last 12 months, (that is, from December 2002 to December 2003), how many days did you... go boating? (GP6)
TOTAL%
0) None - Zero days110560.1
1) 1985.3
2) 21196.5
3) 3854.6
4) 4341.8
5) 5643.5
6) 6321.7
7) 7201.1
8) 811.6
9) 91.1
10) 10442.4
11) 113.2
12) 12211.1
14) 1415.8
15) 1513.7
17) 172.1
18) 181.1
20) 20291.6
21) 214.2
24) 245.3
25) 25181
27) 271.1
30) 30331.8
35) 3513.7
36) 361.1
40) 40211.1
45) 457.4
50) 5011.6
55) 5500
60) 603.2
63) 631.1
90) 905.3
100) 1006.3
104) 1041.1
110) 1101.1
120) 1204.2
135) 1351.1
150) 1504.2
180) 1801.1
Missing606 
TOTAL1838100.0
53) During the last 12 months, (that is, from December 2002 to December 2003), how many days did you... go hunting? (GP9)
TOTAL%
0) None - Zero days143077.6
1) 1291.6
2) 2482.6
3) 3382.1
4) 4201.1
5) 5241.3
6) 6181
7) 7261.4
8) 84.2
10) 10341.8
11) 113.2
12) 1215.8
14) 1412.7
15) 1517.9
16) 161.1
20) 20311.7
21) 212.1
24) 242.1
25) 252.1
27) 271.1
28) 281.1
30) 30362
35) 355.3
36) 361.1
40) 407.4
42) 421.1
45) 453.2
50) 505.3
60) 6010.5
75) 752.1
80) 801.1
90) 905.3
100) 1003.2
150) 1503.2
300) 3002.1
888) Don't know1.1
Missing606 
TOTAL1843100.0
54) During the last 12 months, (that is, from December 2002 to December 2003), how many days did you... go canoeing? (GP50)
TOTAL%
0) None - Zero days163188.6
1) 1814.4
2) 2532.9
3) 3181
4) 412.7
5) 5201.1
6) 64.2
7) 74.2
10) 105.3
12) 122.1
14) 144.2
15) 152.1
20) 202.1
25) 251.1
30) 301.1
Missing606 
TOTAL1840100.0
55) During the last 12 months, (that is, from December 2002 to December 2003), how many days did you... go swimming? (GP10)
TOTAL%
0) None - Zero days73740.1
1) 1482.6
2) 21156.3
3) 3603.3
4) 4362
5) 5985.3
6) 6563
7) 7191
8) 816.9
9) 91.1
10) 101337.2
11) 113.2
12) 12502.7
13) 132.1
14) 14191
15) 15251.4
16) 162.1
17) 171.1
20) 201005.4
21) 213.2
23) 231.1
24) 245.3
25) 25211.1
26) 261.1
27) 271.1
28) 281.1
30) 30854.6
33) 331.1
35) 3512.7
36) 365.3
40) 40261.4
45) 4513.7
50) 50402.2
55) 551.1
59) 591.1
60) 60321.7
65) 655.3
70) 701.1
72) 721.1
75) 751.1
80) 803.2
90) 90231.3
100) 10013.7
120) 1205.3
150) 1504.2
170) 1702.1
200) 2003.2
250) 2501.1
255) 2551.1
300) 3003.2
365) Every day3.2
888) Don't know00
Missing606 
TOTAL1839100.0
56) During the last 12 months, (that is, from December 2002 to December 2003), how many days did you... go RV camping? (GP51)
TOTAL%
0) None - Zero days146979.9
1) 1542.9
2) 2553
3) 3291.6
4) 4191
5) 5251.4
6) 6191
7) 7191
8) 83.2
10) 10311.7
11) 111.1
12) 123.2
14) 1417.9
15) 156.3
16) 162.1
20) 20241.3
21) 214.2
24) 241.1
25) 253.2
28) 281.1
30) 30181
35) 354.2
36) 361.1
40) 403.2
45) 452.1
50) 505.3
55) 5500
60) 605.3
70) 701.1
75) 751.1
90) 907.4
100) 1001.1
104) 1041.1
110) 1101.1
120) 1202.1
888) Don't know1.1
Missing606 
TOTAL1838100.0
57) During the last 12 months, (that is, from December 2002 to December 2003), how many days did you... go for a recreational walk? (GP52)
TOTAL%
0) None - Zero days31116.9
1) 117.9
2) 2804.3
3) 3512.8
4) 4211.1
5) 51015.5
6) 6442.4
7) 7181
8) 87.4
10) 101025.5
11) 112.1
12) 12603.3
13) 134.2
14) 1410.5
15) 15392.1
16) 161.1
20) 201055.7
21) 212.1
24) 246.3
25) 25351.9
26) 262.1
27) 271.1
28) 281.1
30) 301417.7
31) 311.1
35) 359.5
36) 364.2
40) 40392.1
45) 456.3
48) 481.1
50) 50864.7
52) 5214.8
55) 551.1
56) 561.1
60) 60542.9
65) 653.2
70) 705.3
75) 7511.6
80) 804.2
88) 884.2
90) 90251.4
95) 951.1
100) 100975.3
104) 1044.2
110) 1101.1
120) 1206.3
125) 1251.1
130) 1301.1
135) 1358.4
140) 1401.1
150) 150392.1
155) 1551.1
156) 1563.2
160) 1602.1
165) 1652.1
166) 1661.1
170) 1701.1
175) 1753.2
180) 1806.3
182) 1821.1
183) 1831.1
185) 1851.1
200) 200512.8
208) 2081.1
240) 2402.1
247) 2471.1
250) 25017.9
253) 25300
260) 2604.2
275) 2752.1
280) 2802.1
300) 300231.2
325) 3252.1
340) 3401.1
350) 3502.1
365) Every day1055.7
888) Don't know181
Missing606 
TOTAL1841100.0
58) During the last 12 months, (that is, from December 2002 to December 2003), how many days did you... walk a pet? (GP53)
TOTAL%
0) None - Zero days108759.1
1) 112.7
2) 2251.4
3) 3201.1
4) 48.4
5) 5412.2
6) 67.4
7) 73.2
8) 87.4
9) 91.1
10) 10492.7
11) 111.1
12) 12231.3
14) 142.1
15) 15221.2
20) 20392.1
24) 246.3
25) 258.4
26) 261.1
27) 271.1
30) 30492.7
35) 353.2
36) 363.2
40) 40191
45) 453.2
48) 481.1
50) 50402.2
52) 526.3
55) 551.1
60) 6016.9
65) 653.2
70) 702.1
75) 755.3
80) 802.1
90) 9012.7
99) 991.1
100) 100502.7
104) 1041.1
112) 1121.1
120) 1206.3
125) 12500
128) 1281.1
150) 150321.7
156) 1561.1
160) 1603.2
175) 1753.2
180) 1806.3
182) 1821.1
187) 1871.1
199) 1991.1
200) 200301.6
208) 2081.1
247) 2471.1
250) 25012.7
260) 2601.1
280) 2802.1
290) 2901.1
300) 30013.7
320) 3201.1
325) 3251.1
330) 3301.1
350) 3501.1
359) 3591.1
360) 3604.2
362) 3621.1
365) Every day1246.7
888) Don't know7.4
Missing606 
TOTAL1838100.0
59) During the last 12 months, (that is, from December 2002 to December 2003), how many days did you... run or jog? (GP16)
TOTAL%
0) None - Zero days131171.3
1) 19.5
2) 2321.7
3) 317.9
4) 48.4
5) 5261.4
6) 612.7
7) 77.4
8) 83.2
10) 10402.2
11) 111.1
12) 1212.7
14) 142.1
15) 1516.9
16) 161.1
20) 20362
21) 2100
24) 241.1
25) 2510.5
30) 30472.6
36) 361.1
40) 4013.7
45) 4500
50) 50412.2
52) 524.2
56) 561.1
60) 6013.7
65) 6500
75) 753.2
80) 804.2
88) 881.1
90) 902.1
95) 951.1
100) 100482.6
104) 1041.1
120) 1207.4
125) 1251.1
135) 1352.1
144) 1441.1
150) 150181
156) 1561.1
175) 1752.1
180) 1802.1
200) 200181
208) 2082.1
250) 2504.2
252) 2522.1
260) 2603.2
300) 30012.7
340) 3402.1
350) 3502.1
362) 3621.1
365) Every day241.3
888) Don't know10.5
Missing606 
TOTAL1838100.0
60) During the last 12 months, (that is, from December 2002 to December 2003), how many days did you... ride a bicycle? (GP17)
TOTAL%
0) None - Zero days112961.3
1) 1251.4
2) 2613.3
3) 3351.9
4) 414.8
5) 5472.6
6) 6231.2
7) 78.4
8) 81.1
10) 10834.5
12) 12301.6
14) 145.3
15) 15261.4
20) 20723.9
21) 211.1
24) 241.1
25) 25191
27) 271.1
30) 30502.7
35) 355.3
36) 361.1
40) 4017.9
45) 457.4
48) 481.1
50) 50422.3
52) 525.3
54) 541.1
55) 551.1
56) 561.1
60) 60181
75) 753.2
78) 781.1
80) 806.3
85) 8500
88) 881.1
90) 90241.3
100) 100231.2
106) 1061.1
120) 1204.2
124) 1241.1
150) 15016.9
160) 1601.1
200) 20010.5
250) 2501.1
300) 3004.2
320) 3202.1
888) Don't know13.7
Missing606 
TOTAL1841100.0
61) During the last 12 months, (that is, from December 2002 to December 2003), how many days did you... picnic in public areas? (GP55)
TOTAL%
0) None - Zero days58731.9
1) 1884.8
2) 223913
3) 31276.9
4) 4975.3
5) 519510.6
6) 6824.5
7) 7241.3
8) 88.4
9) 93.2
10) 101276.9
11) 111.1
12) 12532.9
13) 131.1
14) 144.2
15) 15422.3
17) 171.1
18) 1800
20) 20542.9
21) 212.1
24) 247.4
25) 2515.8
30) 30422.3
35) 352.1
36) 361.1
40) 403.2
45) 452.1
50) 508.4
60) 604.2
75) 7500
90) 907.4
100) 1002.1
120) 1201.1
150) 1501.1
156) 1561.1
200) 2001.1
888) Don't know6.3
Missing606 
TOTAL1838100.0
62) During the last 12 months, (that is, from December 2002 to December 2003), how many days did you... participate in non-game wildlife activities such as observing, photographing, or feeding wildlife? (GP14)
TOTAL%
0) None - Zero days75341
1) 1593.2
2) 21266.9
3) 3915
4) 4482.6
5) 51337.2
6) 6502.7
7) 7261.4
8) 83.2
10) 101025.5
11) 111.1
12) 12362
14) 147.4
15) 15181
16) 161.1
17) 171.1
20) 20522.8
21) 211.1
24) 244.2
25) 2511.6
26) 262.1
30) 30412.2
35) 353.2
40) 407.4
45) 452.1
48) 481.1
50) 5012.7
52) 526.3
54) 541.1
60) 6011.6
65) 651.1
75) 753.2
80) 801.1
90) 9014.8
100) 100191
104) 1041.1
120) 1203.2
135) 1354.2
150) 1506.3
175) 1752.1
180) 1804.2
183) 1831.1
200) 20012.7
240) 2402.1
250) 2504.2
260) 26000
270) 2701.1
300) 3004.2
325) 3251.1
350) 3501.1
356) 3561.1
360) 3601.1
364) 36400
365) Every day1297
888) Don't know14.8
Missing606 
TOTAL1838100.0
63) During the last 12 months, (that is, from December 2002 to December 2003), how many days did you... ride horseback? (GP19)
TOTAL%
0) None - Zero days155284.3
1) 1542.9
2) 2643.5
3) 3241.3
4) 49.5
5) 516.9
6) 66.3
7) 74.2
8) 81.1
9) 91.1
10) 1013.7
12) 126.3
14) 143.2
15) 157.4
20) 2010.5
21) 213.2
24) 241.1
25) 254.2
27) 272.1
30) 3013.7
35) 353.2
36) 361.1
40) 401.1
45) 451.1
50) 504.2
52) 523.2
60) 6000
70) 701.1
75) 752.1
80) 801.1
90) 902.1
100) 1007.4
104) 1041.1
150) 1504.2
160) 1602.1
175) 1751.1
180) 18000
200) 2003.2
250) 2501.1
300) 3004.2
365) Every day4.2
888) Don't know1.1
Missing606 
TOTAL1840100.0
64) During the last 12 months, (that is, from December 2002 to December 2003), how many days did you... go tent camping? (GP56)
TOTAL%
0) None - Zero days132872.2
1) 1723.9
2) 2854.6
3) 3553
4) 4271.5
5) 5462.5
6) 6241.3
7) 7372
8) 89.5
10) 10392.1
12) 129.5
14) 1411.6
15) 15221.2
16) 162.1
17) 171.1
18) 182.1
20) 20191
21) 213.2
25) 258.4
30) 30191
35) 353.2
36) 361.1
40) 409.5
50) 502.1
60) 603.2
80) 802.1
90) 901.1
888) Don't know00
Missing606 
TOTAL1839100.0
65) During the last 12 months, (that is, from December 2002 to December 2003), how many days did you... visit any historic sites? (GP21)
TOTAL%
0) None - Zero days64034.7
1) 11417.7
2) 226514.4
3) 320711.2
4) 41025.5
5) 51407.6
6) 6553
7) 7321.7
8) 811.6
10) 101005.4
11) 115.3
12) 12241.3
14) 146.3
15) 15261.4
16) 161.1
17) 171.1
20) 20281.5
21) 211.1
22) 222.1
24) 241.1
25) 259.5
30) 3013.7
35) 351.1
40) 401.1
50) 508.4
52) 523.2
60) 604.2
63) 631.1
75) 751.1
90) 901.1
100) 1001.1
180) 1802.1
200) 20000
888) Don't know10.5
Missing606 
TOTAL1843100.0
66) During the last 12 months, (that is, from December 2002 to December 2003), how many days did you... ride an off-road motorcycle, an off-highway vehicle (OHV) or all-terrain vehicle (ATV)? (GP20)
TOTAL%
0) None - Zero days138675.2
1) 1432.3
2) 2452.4
3) 3301.6
4) 415.8
5) 5281.5
6) 612.7
7) 79.5
8) 85.3
10) 10321.7
11) 111.1
12) 1213.7
14) 145.3
15) 159.5
20) 20321.7
21) 212.1
24) 242.1
25) 258.4
30) 30331.8
35) 351.1
40) 407.4
45) 456.3
50) 5016.9
53) 531.1
56) 561.1
60) 6014.8
70) 704.2
72) 721.1
75) 751.1
80) 803.2
90) 9011.6
100) 10016.9
104) 1041.1
120) 1202.1
150) 1504.2
163) 1632.1
175) 1752.1
200) 20013.7
250) 2504.2
300) 3004.2
350) 3501.1
360) 3601.1
365) Every day13.7
888) Don't know4.2
Missing606 
TOTAL1843100.0
67) During the last 12 months, (that is, from December 2002 to December 2003), how many days did you... visit *State Parks* or *Recreation Areas* which required you to have a Nebraska Park Entry Permit (purchased for $2.50 per day or $14 for an annual permit)? (GP22)
TOTAL%
0) None - Zero days61333.3
1) 11367.4
2) 219810.8
3) 31287
4) 4784.2
5) 51176.4
6) 6693.8
7) 7291.6
8) 813.7
10) 10995.4
11) 113.2
12) 12432.3
14) 1415.8
15) 15492.7
16) 162.1
18) 181.1
20) 20643.5
21) 213.2
24) 246.3
25) 25241.3
28) 281.1
30) 30542.9
35) 355.3
36) 361.1
40) 40181
45) 455.3
48) 481.1
50) 5017.9
55) 5500
60) 6011.6
75) 751.1
90) 908.4
100) 10010.5
104) 1041.1
120) 1206.3
150) 1504.2
180) 1802.1
250) 2501.1
365) Every day3.2
888) Don't know00
Missing606 
TOTAL1839100.0
68) During the last 12 months, (that is, from December 2002 to December 2003) how many days did you... drive for leisure (touring and/or sightseeing)? (GP57)
TOTAL%
0) None - Zero days47425.8
1) 1472.6
2) 21297
3) 3844.6
4) 4532.9
5) 51498.1
6) 6884.8
7) 7311.7
8) 83.2
9) 91.1
10) 101568.5
12) 12673.6
13) 131.1
14) 14191
15) 15532.9
16) 161.1
17) 171.1
18) 182.1
20) 201085.9
21) 214.2
24) 247.4
25) 25311.7
30) 30864.7
35) 353.2
36) 362.1
40) 40201.1
45) 455.3
50) 50522.8
52) 529.5
56) 561.1
60) 6013.7
70) 701.1
75) 752.1
80) 802.1
88) 882.1
90) 9015.8
96) 961.1
100) 100281.5
101) 10100
104) 1044.2
120) 1201.1
150) 1508.4
180) 1802.1
200) 200231.3
250) 2501.1
300) 3006.3
362) 3621.1
365) Every day251.4
888) Don't know17.9
Missing606 
TOTAL1839100.0
69) The next few questions are going to ask you about your level of satisfaction with a few Nebraska Game and Parks Commission programs and activities... How satisfied are you with... Operation of state parks and state recreation areas... (GPP9B)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied59432.3
2) Somewhat satisfied97152.8
3) Somewhat dissatisfied1136.1
4) Very dissatisfied231.3
8) Don't know1387.5
9) Refused1.1
Missing606 
TOTAL1840100.0
70) How satisfied are you with the following Nebraska Game and Parks Commission programs and activities... Operation of state historical parks... (GPP9C)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied53128.9
2) Somewhat satisfied93250.7
3) Somewhat dissatisfied412.2
4) Very dissatisfied7.4
8) Don't know32817.8
9) Refused1.1
Missing606 
TOTAL1840100.0
71) How satisfied are you with the following Nebraska Game and Parks Commission programs and activities... Operation of state trails... (GPP9D)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied42122.9
2) Somewhat satisfied80543.7
3) Somewhat dissatisfied583.2
4) Very dissatisfied201.1
8) Don't know53629.1
9) Refused1.1
Missing606 
TOTAL1841100.0
72) How satisfied are you with the following Nebraska Game and Parks Commission programs and activities... Recreational fisheries management... (GPP9E)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied32017.4
2) Somewhat satisfied65535.6
3) Somewhat dissatisfied723.9
4) Very dissatisfied261.4
8) Don't know76541.6
9) Refused1.1
Missing606 
TOTAL1839100.0
73) Are there any services and/or amenities you want to see added to the state's outdoor recreational opportunities? No services should be added to recreational opportunities (GPC39_1)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked74640.5
1) Checked109459.5
Missing606 
TOTAL1840100.0
74) Are there any services and/or amenities you want to see added to the state's outdoor recreational opportunities? Tent camping areas should be added to recreational opportunities (GPC39_2)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked182699.2
1) Checked14.8
Missing606 
TOTAL1840100.0
75) Are there any services and/or amenities you want to see added to the state's outdoor recreational opportunities? RV camping areas should be added to recreational opportunities (GPC39_3)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked182299.1
1) Checked17.9
Missing606 
TOTAL1839100.0
76) Are there any services and/or amenities you want to see added to the state's outdoor recreational opportunities? Cabins should be added to recreational opportunities (GPC39_4)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked182399.1
1) Checked16.9
Missing606 
TOTAL1839100.0
77) Are there any services and/or amenities you want to see added to the state's outdoor recreational opportunities? Modern restrooms should be added to recreational opportunities (GPC39_5)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked181298.5
1) Checked271.5
Missing606 
TOTAL1839100.0
78) Are there any services and/or amenities you want to see added to the state's outdoor recreational opportunities? Trails should be added to recreational opportunities (GPC39_6)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked177296.4
1) Checked673.6
Missing606 
TOTAL1839100.0
79) Are there any services and/or amenities you want to see added to the state's outdoor recreational opportunities? Recreational fishing should be added to recreational opportunities (GPC39_7)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked182599.2
1) Checked14.8
Missing606 
TOTAL1839100.0
80) Are there any services and/or amenities you want to see added to the state's outdoor recreational opportunities? Naturalist programs should be added to recreational opportunities (GPC39_8)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked183199.6
1) Checked8.4
Missing606 
TOTAL1839100.0
81) Are there any services and/or amenities you want to see added to the state's outdoor recreational opportunities? Wildlife viewing areas should be added to recreational opportunities (GPC39_9)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked182899.4
1) Checked11.6
Missing606 
TOTAL1839100.0
82) Are there any services and/or amenities you want to see added to the state's outdoor recreational opportunities? Other opportunities should be added to recreational opportunities (GPC39_10)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked148180.5
1) Checked35819.5
Missing606 
TOTAL1839100.0
83) Are there any services and/or amenities you want to see added to the state's outdoor recreational opportunities? Don't know what opportunities should be added (GPC39_11)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked155884.7
1) Checked28115.3
Missing606 
TOTAL1839100.0
84) Are there any services and/or amenities you want to see added to the state's outdoor recreational opportunities? Refused what opportunities should be added (GPC39_12)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked183699.8
1) Checked3.2
Missing606 
TOTAL1839100.0
85) If cutbacks have to occur within the outdoor recreation system in Nebraska, what should those cutbacks be? No cutbacks should occur within our outdoor recreation system (GPC40_1)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked138575.3
1) Checked45424.7
Missing606 
TOTAL1839100.0
86) If cutbacks have to occur within the outdoor recreation system in Nebraska, what should those cutbacks be? Advertising cutbacks could occur within our outdoor recreation system (GPC40_2)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked178697.1
1) Checked542.9
Missing606 
TOTAL1840100.0
87) If cutbacks have to occur within the outdoor recreation system in Nebraska, what should those cutbacks be? Snow removal cutbacks could occur within our outdoor recreation system (GPC40_3)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked182999.5
1) Checked10.5
Missing606 
TOTAL1839100.0
88) If cutbacks have to occur within the outdoor recreation system in Nebraska, what should those cutbacks be? Maintenance cutbacks could occur within our outdoor recreation system (GPC40_4)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked180798.2
1) Checked331.8
Missing606 
TOTAL1840100.0
89) If cutbacks have to occur within the outdoor recreation system in Nebraska, what should those cutbacks be? Shower facility cutbacks could occur within our outdoor recreation system (GPC40_5)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked183599.8
1) Checked4.2
Missing606 
TOTAL1839100.0
90) If cutbacks have to occur within the outdoor recreation system in Nebraska, what should those cutbacks be? RV facility cutbacks could occur within our outdoor recreation system (GPC40_6)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked182599.2
1) Checked14.8
Missing606 
TOTAL1839100.0
91) If cutbacks have to occur within the outdoor recreation system in Nebraska, what should those cutbacks be? Camping area cutbacks could occur within our outdoor recreation system (GPC40_7)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked182499.2
1) Checked15.8
Missing606 
TOTAL1839100.0
92) If cutbacks have to occur within the outdoor recreation system in Nebraska, what should those cutbacks be? Cabin facility cutbacks could occur within our outdoor recreation system (GPC40_8)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked183799.9
1) Checked2.1
Missing606 
TOTAL1839100.0
93) If cutbacks have to occur within the outdoor recreation system in Nebraska, what should those cutbacks be? Staffed program cutbacks could occur within our outdoor recreation system (GPC40_9)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked183099.5
1) Checked9.5
Missing606 
TOTAL1839100.0
94) If cutbacks have to occur within the outdoor recreation system in Nebraska, what should those cutbacks be? Swimming pool cutbacks could occur within our outdoor recreation system (GPC40_10)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked183499.7
1) Checked5.3
Missing606 
TOTAL1839100.0
95) If cutbacks have to occur within the outdoor recreation system in Nebraska, what should those cutbacks be? Restaurant cutbacks could occur within our outdoor recreation system (GPC40_11)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked183199.6
1) Checked8.4
Missing606 
TOTAL1839100.0
96) If cutbacks have to occur within the outdoor recreation system in Nebraska, what should those cutbacks be? Visitor center cutbacks could occur within our outdoor recreation system (GPC40_12)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked183399.7
1) Checked6.3
Missing606 
TOTAL1839100.0
97) If cutbacks have to occur within the outdoor recreation system in Nebraska, what should those cutbacks be? Playground cutbacks could occur within our outdoor recreation system (GPC40_13)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked183599.8
1) Checked4.2
Missing606 
TOTAL1839100.0
98) If cutbacks have to occur within the outdoor recreation system in Nebraska, what should those cutbacks be? Staff landscaping cutbacks could occur within our outdoor recreation system (GPC40_14)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked181998.9
1) Checked201.1
Missing606 
TOTAL1839100.0
99) If cutbacks have to occur within the outdoor recreation system in Nebraska, what should those cutbacks be? Stocking fishing areas cutbacks could occur within our outdoor recreation system (GPC40_15)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked181998.9
1) Checked201.1
Missing606 
TOTAL1839100.0
100) If cutbacks have to occur within the outdoor recreation system in Nebraska, what should those cutbacks be? Other cutbacks could occur within our outdoor recreation system (GPC40_16)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked141977.2
1) Checked42022.8
Missing606 
TOTAL1839100.0
101) If cutbacks have to occur within the outdoor recreation system in Nebraska, what should those cutbacks be? Increase fees as an alternative to cutbacks (GPC40_17)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked172994
1) Checked1106
Missing606 
TOTAL1839100.0
102) If cutbacks have to occur within the outdoor recreation system in Nebraska, what should those cutbacks be? Don't know what cutbacks could occur in the outdoor recreation system (GPC40_18)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked107858.6
1) Checked76141.4
Missing606 
TOTAL1839100.0
103) If cutbacks have to occur within the outdoor recreation system in Nebraska, what should those cutbacks be? Refused to answer about cutbacks to outdoor recreation system (GPC40_19)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked183799.9
1) Checked2.1
Missing606 
TOTAL1839100.0
104) Several states have initiated a sales tax increase with the money specifically going for natural resources, parks, green space initiatives and other outdoor recreational means. The State of Missouri, one of our neighboring states for example, has one eighth (1/8) of one percent of their sales tax going towards outdoor recreation and natural preservation. Would you be supportive of an effort like this occurring in Nebraska? (GPC41)
TOTAL%
1) Yes124267.5
5) No52628.6
8) Don't know723.9
Missing606 
TOTAL1840100.0
105) During the past year, did you purchase a permit of any sort from the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission? [if (group is less than 3) skip to GPQ3] [if (answer is larger than 2) skip to GPBF5] (GPBF1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes30451.7
5) No28448.3
Missing1820 
TOTAL588100.0
106) What type of permit did you purchase? SELECT ALL THAT APPLY... Annual park entry permit (GPBF2_1)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked17858.6
1) Checked12641.4
Missing2131 
TOTAL304100.0
107) What type of permit did you purchase? SELECT ALL THAT APPLY... Duplicate park entry permit (GPBF2_2)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked28995.1
1) Checked154.9
Missing2131 
TOTAL304100.0
108) What type of permit did you purchase? SELECT ALL THAT APPLY... Daily park entry permit (GPBF2_3)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked25182.6
1) Checked5317.4
Missing2131 
TOTAL304100.0
109) What type of permit did you purchase? SELECT ALL THAT APPLY... Resident fish permit (GPBF2_4)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked15852.1
1) Checked14547.9
Missing2131 
TOTAL303100.0
110) What type of permit did you purchase? SELECT ALL THAT APPLY... Resident hunting permit (GPBF2_5)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked22172.7
1) Checked8327.3
Missing2131 
TOTAL304100.0
111) What type of permit did you purchase? SELECT ALL THAT APPLY... Habitat stamp (GPBF2_6)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked28293.1
1) Checked216.9
Missing2131 
TOTAL303100.0
112) What type of permit did you purchase? SELECT ALL THAT APPLY... Aquatic habitat stamp (GPBF2_7)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked29496.7
1) Checked103.3
Missing2131 
TOTAL304100.0
113) What type of permit did you purchase? SELECT ALL THAT APPLY... Lifetime hunt permit (GPBF2_8)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked30099
1) Checked31
Missing2131 
TOTAL303100.0
114) What type of permit did you purchase? SELECT ALL THAT APPLY... Lifetime fish permit (GPBF2_9)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked29998.4
1) Checked51.6
Missing2131 
TOTAL304100.0
115) What type of permit did you purchase? SELECT ALL THAT APPLY... Lifetime hunt/fish permit (GPBF2_10)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked30098.7
1) Checked41.3
Missing2131 
TOTAL304100.0
116) What type of permit did you purchase? SELECT ALL THAT APPLY... Other (GPBF2_11)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked28292.8
1) Checked227.2
Missing2131 
TOTAL304100.0
117) What type of permit did you purchase? SELECT ALL THAT APPLY... Don't know (GPBF2_12)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked30199.3
1) Checked2.7
Missing2131 
TOTAL303100.0
118) What type of permit did you purchase? SELECT ALL THAT APPLY... Refused (GPBF2_13)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked30399.7
1) Checked1.3
Missing2131 
TOTAL304100.0
119) Where did you purchase your permit? (GPBF3)
TOTAL%
1) Internet237.6
2) Game and Parks headquarters289.2
3) Game and Parks facility9230.4
4) Permit agent (any facility other than Game and Parks)11939.3
5) Nebraskaland Magazine2.7
6) Other3812.5
88) Don't know1.3
Missing2131 
TOTAL303100.0
120) How satisfied are you with the experience of purchasing your permit? (GPBF4)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied20567.4
2) Somewhat satisfied7524.7
3) Somewhat dissatisfied123.9
4) Very dissatisfied41.3
8) Don't know82.6
Missing2131 
TOTAL304100.0
121) In the past, increases in the cost of state hunting, fishing, and park entry permits have not occurred very frequently. As a result, when these increases occur, they tend to be quite large. An alternative is to adjust the fees more frequently based on a formula (as the federal government does with social security benefits), resulting in smaller, but more frequent increases. If the overall amount of the increase were the same, which would you prefer? (GPBF5)
TOTAL%
1) A small increase in the cost of permits each year, or37864.3
2) A larger increase in the cost of permits about every five years12821.8
8) Don't know7813.3
9) Refused4.7
Missing1820 
TOTAL588100.0
122) How important do you think healthy fish and wildlife populations are to the economy of Nebraska and the well-being of its residents? Would you say... [if (group is greater than 1) skip to GPIE1] (GPQ3)
TOTAL%
1) Very important50954.6
2) Somewhat important34436.9
3) Neutral/No opinion91
4) Somewhat unimportant404.3
5) Not at all important202.1
8) Don't know101.1
Missing1517 
TOTAL932100.0
123) When choosing a location to live, how important is having nearby fish and wildlife resources in making that decision? Would you say... (GPQ4)
TOTAL%
1) Very important24926.7
2) Somewhat important32434.8
3) Somewhat unimportant16617.8
4) Not at all important18519.9
8) Don't know7.8
Missing1517 
TOTAL931100.0
124) How much more in annual income would it take for you to move to a place where fish and wildlife resources were less abundant than where you currently live? Would you say... (GPQ5)
TOTAL%
0) None - No pay28830.9
1) Less than 10% more13514.5
2) 10% to 19% more838.9
3) 20% to 29% more899.6
4) 30% to 39% more414.4
5) 40% to 49% more313.3
6) 50% to 59% more464.9
7) 60% to 69% more91
8) 70% to 79% more121.3
9) 80% to 89% more4.4
10) 90% to 99% more3.3
11) 100% more566
88) Don't know12613.5
99) Refused8.9
Missing1517 
TOTAL931100.0
125) If fish and wildlife resources became less abundant in Nebraska, how likely would that cause you to move away from Nebraska? Would you say... (GPQ6)
TOTAL%
1) Very likely838.9
2) Somewhat likely12513.4
3) Neutral/No opinion141.5
4) Somewhat unlikely18319.7
5) Very unlikely52556.4
8) Don't know1.1
Missing1517 
TOTAL931100.0
126) How much additional would you be willing to pay in fees and taxes annually for conservation measures to maintain or improve the abundance of fish and wildlife resources in Nebraska? (GPQ7)
TOTAL%
1) $0 (None)24326.1
2) $1 to $1034837.4
3) $11 to $5019621.1
4) $51 to $100657
5) More than $100464.9
8) Don't know303.2
9) Refused3.3
Missing1517 
TOTAL931100.0
127) Would you approve of a proposed Nebraska Constitutional Amendment to protect the right of Nebraskans to hunt, fish and trap? (GPQ8)
TOTAL%
1) Yes69174.1
5) No19220.6
8) Don't know464.9
9) Refused3.3
Missing1517 
TOTAL932100.0
128) In 1989, the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission was issued an in-stream flow right for Long Pine Creek in Brown County to ensure that enough water is present to support naturally-reproducing rainbow and brown trout populations. The right will be reviewed by the Nebraska Department of Natural Resources in 2004. Do you support retaining the water right at Long Pine Creek for trout or should the water be diverted from the stream for other uses? (GPW1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, it should be retained for trout64969.7
5) No, it should be cancelled so the water can be used for other purposes12413.3
7) No response - Respondent was unfamiliar with the topic or unclear of the question10211
8) Don't know545.8
9) Refused2.2
Missing1517 
TOTAL931100.0
129) The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission should lease water from irrigators to maintain higher water levels in reservoirs, lakes, and rivers for fish, wildlife, and recreational use. Would you say you... (GPW2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree12613.5
2) Agree43947.2
3) Neutral/No opinion737.8
4) Disagree18219.5
5) Strongly disagree657
8) Don't know464.9
9) Refused00
Missing1517 
TOTAL931100.0
130) Farmers should receive federal payments to raise crops that require less irrigation water so higher water levels are maintained in reservoirs, lakes, and rivers for fish, wildlife, and recreational use. Would you say you... (GPW3)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree14215.2
2) Agree42946
3) Neutral/No opinion475
4) Disagree22924.5
5) Strongly disagree596.3
8) Don't know262.8
9) Refused1.1
Missing1517 
TOTAL933100.0
131) Use of state taxes on gas bought for motorboats should be changed from funding highway construction to improve boating safety. Would you say you... (GPW4)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree15817
2) Agree35938.5
3) Neutral/No opinion586.2
4) Disagree26027.9
5) Strongly disagree737.8
8) Don't know242.6
Missing1517 
TOTAL932100.0
132) Use of state taxes on gas bought for motorboats should be changed from funding highway construction to improving boating access such as keeping boat ramps wet with water leased from irrigators. Would you say you... (GPW5)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree9810.5
2) Agree34837.4
3) Neutral/No opinion707.5
4) Disagree30733
5) Strongly disagree646.9
8) Don't know444.7
9) Refused00
Missing1517 
TOTAL931100.0
133) From January 1, 2003 to (today or December 31, 2003) how many days did you... go fishing in Nebraska? (GP4)
TOTAL%
0) None - Zero days54959.1
1) 1323.4
2) 2343.7
3) 3374
4) 4121.3
5) 5465
6) 6232.5
7) 75.5
8) 83.3
9) 91.1
10) 10283
11) 111.1
12) 12131.4
13) 135.5
14) 143.3
15) 15161.7
16) 161.1
17) 172.2
20) 20232.5
25) 257.8
30) 30313.3
35) 351.1
40) 40131.4
50) 5091
52) 521.1
60) 6091
65) 652.2
70) 702.2
75) 753.3
80) 801.1
90) 903.3
100) 1004.4
120) 12000
135) 1351.1
150) 1504.4
160) 1601.1
240) 2401.1
250) 2501.1
999) Refused1.1
Missing1517 
TOTAL929100.0
134) From January 1, 2003 to (today or December 31, 2003) how many days did you... go fishing outside the state of Nebraska? (GP4A)
TOTAL%
0) None - Zero days75781.1
1) 1202.1
2) 2343.6
3) 3151.6
4) 491
5) 5141.5
6) 68.9
7) 7101.1
8) 85.5
10) 1091
12) 127.8
14) 147.8
15) 15101.1
20) 204.4
25) 255.5
30) 306.6
36) 361.1
40) 403.3
45) 451.1
50) 501.1
60) 603.3
70) 701.1
120) 1202.2
999) Refused1.1
Missing1517 
TOTAL933100.0
135) Have you ever fished in Nebraska? [if (answer is larger than 1) skip to F5] (F1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes39471.6
5) No15428
8) Don't know1.2
9) Refused1.2
Missing1861 
TOTAL550100.0
136) What is the *main* reason you chose not to fish in Nebraska in 2003? [Interviewer: Don't read responses.] [skip to N14] (F2)
TOTAL%
1) Don't like to fish9724.7
2) Other things I would rather do with my spare time8220.9
3) Health problems/Disability369.2
4) No one to fish with112.8
5) Lack skills1.3
6) Lack equipment1.3
7) Fishing permit and aquatic habitat stamp are too costly1.3
8) Going fishing is too costly2.5
10) Too many regulations or too few fish71.8
12) Fish are too small2.5
13) Pollution, poor water quality, litter2.5
16) Poor access to water because of the drought71.8
777) Other14035.6
888) Don't know41
Missing2025 
TOTAL393100.0
137) Overall, how satisfied were you with your fishing experiences in Nebraska in 2003? [if (answer is less than 3) skip to N14] [if (answer is greater than 4) skip to N14] (F6)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied13335
2) Somewhat satisfied17947.1
3) Somewhat dissatisfied5013.2
4) Very dissatisfied164.2
8) Don't know2.5
9) Refused00
Missing2082 
TOTAL380100.0
138) Why were you dissatisfied with your fishing experiences in Nebraska in 2003? [Interviewer: Don't read responses.] (F6A)
TOTAL%
1) Too few fish2232.8
2) Fish too small11.5
3) Too many regulations11.5
6) Poor access to water because of the drought1826.9
7) Poor facilities34.5
12) Other2232.8
Missing2365 
TOTAL67100.0
139) Did you have a Nebraska fishing permit in 2003? [if (answer is greater than 1) skip to f9] (N14)
TOTAL%
1) Yes32642.1
5) No44657.5
8) Don't know2.3
9) Refused1.1
Missing1681 
TOTAL775100.0
140) What type of Nebraska fishing permit did you have in 2003? (N15)
TOTAL%
0) None1.3
1) Resident Annual Fish19961.2
2) Resident 3-day Fish288.6
3) Resident Hunt/Fish combination5015.4
4) Lifetime Fish113.4
5) Lifetime Hunt and Fish164.9
7) Fee-exempt age 70+51.5
8) Fee-exempt age 65+ veteran51.5
9) Fee-exempt disabled veteran1.3
10) Physically/developmentally disabled00
12) Non-resident 3-day Fish1.3
88) Don't know82.5
Missing2129 
TOTAL325100.0
141) Did you have a Nebraska fishing permit in 2002? (F9)
TOTAL%
1) Yes30038.7
5) No46560
8) Don't know91.2
9) Refused1.1
Missing1681 
TOTAL775100.0
142) Did you have a Nebraska fishing permit in 2001? (F10)
TOTAL%
1) Yes27835.8
5) No48462.4
8) Don't know131.7
9) Refused1.1
Missing1681 
TOTAL776100.0
143) Did you have a Nebraska fishing permit in 2000? (F11)
TOTAL%
1) Yes26834.6
5) No48162.1
8) Don't know253.2
9) Refused1.1
Missing1681 
TOTAL775100.0
144) Did you have a Nebraska fishing permit in 1999? (F12)
TOTAL%
1) Yes24832
5) No49163.4
8) Don't know354.5
9) Refused1.1
Missing1681 
TOTAL775100.0
145) Did you have a Nebraska fishing permit in 1998? (F13)
TOTAL%
1) Yes25232.5
5) No48262.2
8) Don't know405.2
9) Refused1.1
Missing1681 
TOTAL775100.0
146) Please tell me if you agree or disagree with the following statement: The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has worked to promote fishing in my community. (F5)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree869.2
2) Agree42045.1
3) Disagree20822.3
4) Strongly disagree555.9
8) Don't know16217.4
9) Refused1.1
Missing1517 
TOTAL932100.0
147) Do you recall any projects that the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has undertaken to improve fishing in your community? (F5A)
TOTAL%
1) Yes26628.6
5) No59664
8) Don't know687.3
9) Refused1.1
Missing1517 
TOTAL931100.0
148) During the past year, have you seen any television, newspaper, or magazine advertisements that promoted fishing? (F7)
TOTAL%
1) Yes50153.8
5) No40243.2
8) Don't know272.9
9) Refused1.1
Missing1517 
TOTAL931100.0
149) During the past year, do you recall seeing a TV commercial for an activity called 'Water Works Wonders'? [if (answer is not equal to 1) skip to GPIE1] (F14)
TOTAL%
1) Yes657
5) No84991.1
8) Don't know171.8
9) Refused1.1
Missing1517 
TOTAL932100.0
150) In that commercial there is an adult in the background and a child looking into the camera. Do you recall what the child is asking to do? [Interviewer: Don't read responses.] (F15)
TOTAL%
1) Go fishing57.8
5) Any other activity besides fishing34.7
8) Don't know5687.5
Missing2365 
TOTAL64100.0
151) If you had the time, skill, and resources, what outdoor activities would you do or do more often? [if (group is less than 3) skip to PPC1] [if (answer equals 0) skip to GPIE2] [if (answer is greater than 13) skip to GPIE2] (GPIE1)
TOTAL%
0) None, no activities417
1) Backpacking or hiking305.1
2) Boating7312.4
3) Canoeing81.4
4) Camping8514.5
5) Fishing10317.5
6) Horseback riding111.9
7) Hunting406.8
8) Sightseeing152.6
9) Other - Specify10117.2
10) Photography1.2
11) Walking345.8
12) Wildlife viewing4.7
13) Visiting a park132.2
88) Don't know294.9
99) Refused00
Missing1820 
TOTAL588100.0
152) What limits you from participating in more of these activities? (GPIE1A)
TOTAL%
1) Lack of time28354.4
2) Lack of a companion91.7
3) Lack of money or equipment/Can't afford to8215.8
4) Lack of skill, know-how3.6
5) Lack of places to do activities305.8
6) Physically unable479
7) Other - Specify5410.4
88) Don't know122.3
Missing1886 
TOTAL520100.0
153) Where do you get most of your outdoor information? [Read all responses. Click on the items in order of the way the respondent ranks them. If respondent answers 'don't know' or refused, rank all the items, and in the next question indicate that the respondent said 'don't know' or refused this item.] First most important? (GPIE2_1)
TOTAL%
74) Internet10217.4
75) Radio305.1
76) Newspaper9716.5
77) Television7913.5
78) Magazines6210.6
79) Word of mouth21737
Missing1820 
TOTAL587100.0
154) Where do you get most of your outdoor information? [Read all responses. Click on the items in order of the way the respondent ranks them. If respondent answers 'don't know' or refused, rank all the items, and in the next question indicate that the respondent said 'don't know' or refused this item.] And second most important? (GPIE2_2)
TOTAL%
74) Internet8214
75) Radio8414.3
76) Newspaper13923.7
77) Television11820.1
78) Magazines6511.1
79) Word of mouth9916.9
Missing1820 
TOTAL587100.0
155) Where do you get most of your outdoor information? [Read all responses. Click on the items in order of the way the respondent ranks them. If respondent answers 'don't know' or refused, rank all the items, and in the next question indicate that the respondent said 'don't know' or refused to this item.] And third most important? (GPIE2_3)
TOTAL%
74) Internet8314.1
75) Radio9416
76) Newspaper11419.4
77) Television12220.7
78) Magazines9916.8
79) Word of mouth7612.9
Missing1820 
TOTAL588100.0
156) Where do you get most of your outdoor information? [Read all responses. Click on the items in order of the way the respondent ranks them. If respondent answers 'don't know' or refused, rank all the items, and in the next question indicate that the respondent said 'don't know' or refused this item.] And fourth most important? (GPIE2_4)
TOTAL%
74) Internet518.7
75) Radio13823.5
76) Newspaper9315.8
77) Television9716.5
78) Magazines11419.4
79) Word of mouth9416
Missing1820 
TOTAL587100.0
157) Where do you get most of your outdoor information? [Read all responses. Click on the items in order of the way the respondent ranks them. If respondent answers 'don't know' or refused, rank all the items, and in the next question indicate that the respondent said 'don't know' or refused this item.] And fifth most important? (GPIE2_5)
TOTAL%
74) Internet6811.6
75) Radio13222.5
76) Newspaper9616.4
77) Television9616.4
78) Magazines13422.8
79) Word of mouth6110.4
Missing1820 
TOTAL587100.0
158) Where do you get most of your outdoor information? [Read all responses. Click on the items in order of the way the respondent ranks them. If respondent answers 'don't know' or refused, rank all the items, and in the next question indicate that the respondent said 'don't know' or refused this item.] And sixth most important? (GPIE2_6)
TOTAL%
74) Internet20234.3
75) Radio10918.5
76) Newspaper488.1
77) Television7612.9
78) Magazines11319.2
79) Word of mouth417
Missing1820 
TOTAL589100.0
159) [On the previous question about getting outdoor information, the respondent:] (GPIE2A)
TOTAL%
1) Ranked only one item6711.4
2) Ranked only two items7212.2
3) Ranked only three items366.1
4) Ranked only four items223.7
5) Ranked only five items223.7
6) Ranked all of the items35961
8) Said 'don't know' and you ranked all of the items91.5
9) 'Refused' and you ranked all of the items2.3
Missing1820 
TOTAL589100.0
160) The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has a website to provide public information. Have you ever used this website? [if (answer is greater than 1) skip to GPIE6a] (GPIE3A)
TOTAL%
1) Yes16628.2
5) No41770.9
8) Don't know5.9
Missing1820 
TOTAL588100.0
161) How often do you visit this website? Would you say... (GPIE3B)
TOTAL%
1) 1 to 2 times a year10160.5
2) 1 to 2 times a month3521
3) Once a week74.2
4) 3 to 5 times a week1.6
5) Once a day1.6
77) Only seasonally (during deer season, for example)2112.6
88) Don't know1.6
Missing2257 
TOTAL167100.0
162) How easy do you find the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission website to use? Would you say... (GPIE4)
TOTAL%
1) Very easy7544.9
2) Somewhat easy7243.1
3) Somewhat difficult116.6
4) Very difficult31.8
8) Don't know63.6
Missing2257 
TOTAL167100.0
163) How useful is the information contained on the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission website to yourself and/or your family? Would you say it is... (GPIE5)
TOTAL%
1) Very useful8752.4
2) Somewhat useful7142.8
3) Not very useful63.6
4) Not at all useful1.6
8) Don't know1.6
Missing2257 
TOTAL166100.0
164) The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission produces a radio show called 'Outdoor Nebraska.' Are you familiar with this radio show? [if (answer is greater than 1) skip to GPIE7] (GPIE6A)
TOTAL%
1) Yes21937.3
5) No36862.7
Missing1820 
TOTAL587100.0
165) Which of the following statements best describes when you listen to the 'Outdoor Nebraska' radio broadcasts? (GPIE6B)
TOTAL%
1) I make a special attempt to listen to 'Outdoor Nebraska'125.5
3) I listen to 'Outdoor Nebraska' when I catch it by chance13963.5
5) I have rarely or never listened to 'Outdoor Nebraska'6831.1
Missing2182 
TOTAL219100.0
166) The following question is strictly for planning purposes with the Game and Parks Commission. You will not be asked any type of follow up question based on your answer. Would you say you would agree or disagree with this statement? If asked, I would agree to make a $25 dollar donation to maintain and improve non-game wildlife and natural areas in Nebraska. (GPIE7)
TOTAL%
1) Agree20835.3
5) Disagree36361.6
8) Don't know183.1
Missing1820 
TOTAL589100.0
167) Which of the following best describes how familiar you are with NEBRASKAland Magazine? [if (answer equals 1) skip to gpie10] (GPIE8)
TOTAL%
1) I or someone in my household is currently a subscriber406.8
2) I read it once in a while, but don't subscribe17529.8
3) I have seen it occasionally, but do not read it19132.5
4) I am not familiar with the magazine18030.6
8) Don't know2.3
Missing1820 
TOTAL588100.0
168) Would you consider subscribing to NEBRASKAland Magazine if it contained more stories and information about... hunting and fishing? (GPIE9A)
TOTAL%
1) Yes8415.3
5) No44180.5
8) Don't know193.5
9) Refused4.7
Missing1863 
TOTAL548100.0
169) Would you consider subscribing to NEBRASKAland Magazine if it contained more stories and information about... parks and other outdoor activities? (GPIE9B)
TOTAL%
1) Yes22040.1
5) No30655.7
8) Don't know234.2
Missing1863 
TOTAL549100.0
170) Would you consider subscribing to NEBRASKAland Magazine if it contained more stories and information about... nature and wildlife? (GPIE9C)
TOTAL%
1) Yes19735.9
5) No33260.6
8) Don't know193.5
Missing1863 
TOTAL548100.0
171) Would you consider subscribing to NEBRASKAland Magazine if it contained more stories and information about... life and history of Nebraska? (GPIE9D)
TOTAL%
1) Yes22340.7
5) No30555.7
8) Don't know203.6
Missing1863 
TOTAL548100.0
172) How likely would you be to purchase a photographic print of wildlife if they were offered by NEBRASKAland magazine at a price of $40 per print? Would you say... [if (answer is greater than 3) skip to GPIE11] (GPIE10)
TOTAL%
1) Very likely111.9
2) Somewhat likely8213.9
3) Not very likely14725
4) Not at all likely34158
8) Don't know61
9) Refused1.2
Missing1820 
TOTAL588100.0
173) Which type of prints would you be most likely to purchase? Would you say... (GPIE10A)
TOTAL%
1) Landscapes (scenic photos)10041.3
2) Large game animals (such as deer, elk, or bighorn sheep)3715.3
3) Non-game wildlife (such as sandhill cranes, songbirds)135.4
4) Waterfowl (such as ducks and geese)229.1
5) Outdoor activities (such as hunting, fishing, camping, hiking)114.5
6) Wildflowers or plant life4518.6
8) Don't know135.4
9) Refused1.4
Missing2185 
TOTAL242100.0
174) Do you think there are adequate shooting range facilities in your area? (GPIE11)
TOTAL%
1) Yes16227.6
5) No14023.8
8) Don't know28548.5
9) Refused1.2
Missing1820 
TOTAL588100.0
175) Please tell me if you agree or disagree with the following statement: The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission does a good job of making the public aware of outdoor opportunities and agency programs. Do you... (GPP2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree518.7
2) Agree35560.4
3) Disagree9416
4) Strongly disagree244.1
8) Don't know6410.9
Missing1820 
TOTAL588100.0
176) How satisfied are you with the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission programs and activities for aquatic education and outdoor education? (GPP91)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied6210.5
2) Somewhat satisfied27847.3
3) Somewhat dissatisfied579.7
4) Very dissatisfied111.9
8) Don't know18030.6
Missing1820 
TOTAL588100.0
177) Which of the following five problems do you think is the most important issue Nebraska will face during the next five years? [Read all responses. Click on the items in order of the way the respondent ranks them. If respondent answers 'don't know' or refused, rank all the items, and in the next question indicate that the respondent said 'don't know' or refused this item.] First most important? (PPC2_1)
TOTAL%
43) Economic development26014.1
44) Environmental quality1226.6
45) Family farm viability28115.3
46) K-12 school quality71739
47) State and local taxation46025
Missing606 
TOTAL1840100.0
178) Which of the following five problems do you think is the most important issue Nebraska will face during the next five years? [Read all responses. Click on the items in order of the way the respondent ranks them. If respondent answers 'don't know' or refused, rank all the items, and in the next question indicate that the respondent said 'don't know' or refused this item.] And second most important? (PPC2_2)
TOTAL%
43) Economic development38921.2
44) Environmental quality20411.1
45) Family farm viability42423.1
46) K-12 school quality48826.5
47) State and local taxation33418.2
Missing606 
TOTAL1839100.0
179) Which of the following five problems do you think is the most important issue Nebraska will face during the next five years? [Read all responses. Click on the items in order of the way the respondent ranks them. If respondent answers 'don't know' or refused, rank all the items, and in the next question indicate that the respondent said 'don't know' or refused this item.] And third most important? (PPC2_3)
TOTAL%
43) Economic development37020.1
44) Environmental quality39521.5
45) Family farm viability41722.7
46) K-12 school quality32217.5
47) State and local taxation33518.2
Missing606 
TOTAL1839100.0
180) Which of the following five problems do you think is the most important issue Nebraska will face during the next five years? [Read all responses. Click on the items in order of the way the respondent ranks them. If respondent answers 'don't know' or refused, rank all the items, and in the next question indicate that the respondent said 'don't know' or refused this item.] And fourth most important? (PPC2_4)
TOTAL%
43) Economic development45624.8
44) Environmental quality50127.2
45) Family farm viability37420.3
46) K-12 school quality18810.2
47) State and local taxation32217.5
Missing606 
TOTAL1841100.0
181) Which of the following five problems do you think is the most important issue Nebraska will face during the next five years? [Read all responses. Click on the items in order of the way the respondent ranks them. If respondent answers 'don't know' or refused, rank all the items, and in the next question indicate that the respondent said 'don't know' or refused this item.] And fifth most important? (PPC2_5)
TOTAL%
43) Economic development36519.8
44) Environmental quality61833.6
45) Family farm viability34418.7
46) K-12 school quality1246.7
47) State and local taxation38921.1
Missing606 
TOTAL1840100.0
182) [On the previous question about problems facing Nebraska, the respondent:] (PPC2A)
TOTAL%
1) Ranked only one item573.1
2) Ranked only two items623.4
3) Ranked only three items532.9
4) Ranked only four items10.5
5) Ranked all of the items162488.3
8) Said 'don't know' and you ranked all of the items291.6
9) 'Refused' and you ranked all of the items4.2
Missing606 
TOTAL1839100.0
183) Would you be willing to be contacted at a later date to answer follow-up questions regarding problems facing Nebraska? (PPC3)
TOTAL%
1) Yes141877.1
5) No40321.9
8) Don't know181
9) Refused1.1
Missing606 
TOTAL1840100.0
184) Now I'd like to know a little bit about your household. Does anyone else live in your household? [if (answer is greater than 1) skip to rurb] (NXT2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes211387.1
5) No31212.9
9) Refused2.1
TOTAL2427100.0
185) Is [person] male or female? (SEX2)
TOTAL%
1) Male102048.3
5) Female108951.5
9) Refused4.2
Missing583 
TOTAL2113100.0
186) How is [person] related to the principal income earner in your household? (PIE2)
TOTAL%
1) Principal Income Earner (P.I.E.)85140.3
2) Spouse of P.I.E.88441.8
3) Child/Stepchild of P.I.E.1577.4
4) Relative of P.I.E. - Specify492.3
5) Other - Specify1637.7
8) Don't know5.2
9) Refused4.2
Missing583 
TOTAL2113100.0
187) What was [person]'s age on his/her last birthday? (AGE2)
TOTAL%
0) Less than one year2.1
1) 15.2
2) 23.1
3) 32.1
4) 410
5) 54.2
6) 62.1
7) 76.3
8) 83.1
9) 94.2
10) 106.3
11) 118.4
12) 122.1
13) 136.3
14) 146.3
15) 159.4
16) 1614.7
17) 1714.7
18) 186.3
19) 1913.6
20) 2015.7
21) 21291.4
22) 22261.2
23) 23391.8
24) 24281.3
25) 25231.1
26) 26391.8
27) 27261.2
28) 28361.7
29) 29241.1
30) 30492.3
31) 31361.7
32) 32371.8
33) 33422
34) 34351.7
35) 35411.9
36) 36472.2
37) 37432
38) 38472.2
39) 39472.2
40) 40482.3
41) 41301.4
42) 42612.9
43) 43422
44) 44492.3
45) 45351.7
46) 46432
47) 47391.8
48) 48462.2
49) 49391.8
50) 50572.7
51) 51351.7
52) 52472.2
53) 53452.1
54) 54291.4
55) 55301.4
56) 56341.6
57) 57261.2
58) 58331.6
59) 59321.5
60) 60261.2
61) 61371.8
62) 62281.3
63) 63251.2
64) 6416.8
65) 6518.9
66) 6618.9
67) 67211
68) 6817.8
69) 69221
70) 7017.8
71) 7120.9
72) 72221
73) 7319.9
74) 7419.9
75) 7515.7
76) 7612.6
77) 77241.1
78) 787.3
79) 7912.6
80) 808.4
81) 818.4
82) 825.2
83) 836.3
84) 847.3
85) 852.1
88) 882.1
89) 8910
90) 902.1
92) 922.1
888) Don't know18.9
999) Refused311.5
Missing583 
TOTAL2112100.0
188) Now I'd like to know a little bit about your household. Does anyone else live in your household? [if (answer is greater than 1) skip to rurb] (NXT3)
TOTAL%
1) Yes122858.1
5) No87341.3
9) Refused12.6
Missing583 
TOTAL2113100.0
189) Is [person] male or female? (SEX3)
TOTAL%
1) Male62150.6
5) Female60549.3
9) Refused2.2
Missing1458 
TOTAL1228100.0
190) How is [person] related to the principal income earner in your household? (PIE3)
TOTAL%
1) Principal Income Earner (P.I.E.)604.9
2) Spouse of P.I.E.856.9
3) Child/Stepchild of P.I.E.96678.6
4) Relative of P.I.E. - Specify725.9
5) Other - Specify413.3
9) Refused5.4
Missing1458 
TOTAL1229100.0
191) What was [person]'s age on his/her last birthday? (AGE3)
TOTAL%
0) Less than one year292.4
1) 1393.2
2) 2352.9
3) 3473.8
4) 4443.6
5) 5292.4
6) 6362.9
7) 7362.9
8) 8403.3
9) 9393.2
10) 10362.9
11) 11302.5
12) 12383.1
13) 13413.4
14) 14423.4
15) 15504.1
16) 16705.7
17) 17796.5
18) 18736
19) 19342.8
20) 20393.2
21) 21302.5
22) 22151.2
23) 23141.1
24) 24121
25) 2511.9
26) 26121
27) 279.7
28) 282.2
29) 295.4
30) 302.2
31) 314.3
32) 324.3
33) 334.3
34) 346.5
35) 353.2
36) 365.4
38) 384.3
39) 396.5
40) 401.1
41) 4110.8
42) 429.7
43) 4310.8
44) 444.3
45) 455.4
46) 463.2
47) 472.2
48) 4811.9
49) 493.2
50) 507.6
51) 515.4
52) 526.5
53) 537.6
54) 545.4
55) 552.2
56) 564.3
57) 574.3
58) 586.5
59) 595.4
63) 632.2
65) 652.2
67) 674.3
68) 682.2
70) 702.2
71) 711.1
72) 721.1
73) 732.2
77) 772.2
82) 822.2
83) 831.1
87) 873.2
88) 881.1
89) 892.2
90) 901.1
91) 912.2
94) 941.1
888) Don't know191.6
999) Refused8.7
Missing1458 
TOTAL1221100.0
192) Now I'd like to know a little bit about your household. Does anyone else live in your household? [if (answer is greater than 1) skip to rurb] (NXT4)
TOTAL%
1) Yes77162.8
5) No45537.1
9) Refused2.2
Missing1458 
TOTAL1228100.0
193) Is [person] male or female? (SEX4)
TOTAL%
1) Male40652.6
5) Female36647.4
Missing1834 
TOTAL772100.0
194) How is [person] related to the principal income earner in your household? (PIE4)
TOTAL%
1) Principal Income Earner (P.I.E.)192.5
2) Spouse of P.I.E.202.6
3) Child/Stepchild of P.I.E.67487.3
4) Relative of P.I.E. - Specify364.7
5) Other - Specify212.7
9) Refused2.3
Missing1834 
TOTAL772100.0
195) What was [person]'s age on his/her last birthday? (AGE4)
TOTAL%
0) Less than one year324.2
1) 1364.7
2) 2374.8
3) 3455.8
4) 4334.3
5) 5324.2
6) 6243.1
7) 7151.9
8) 8334.3
9) 9283.6
10) 10283.6
11) 11293.8
12) 12405.2
13) 13354.5
14) 14395.1
15) 15445.7
16) 16364.7
17) 17374.8
18) 18233
19) 19233
20) 20111.4
21) 21192.5
22) 22172.2
23) 233.4
24) 243.4
25) 252.3
26) 261.1
27) 274.5
29) 293.4
36) 361.1
38) 384.5
40) 401.1
41) 412.3
42) 422.3
43) 432.3
45) 453.4
46) 461.1
48) 483.4
50) 5081
53) 5381
55) 553.4
62) 622.3
69) 692.3
75) 752.3
99) 991.1
888) Don't know6.8
999) Refused7.9
Missing1834 
TOTAL770100.0
196) Now I'd like to know a little bit about your household. Does anyone else live in your household? [if (answer is greater than 1) skip to rurb] (NXT5)
TOTAL%
1) Yes34444.6
5) No42755.4
Missing1834 
TOTAL771100.0
197) Is [person] male or female? (SEX5)
TOTAL%
1) Male17049.4
5) Female17450.6
Missing2168 
TOTAL344100.0
198) How is [person] related to the principal income earner in your household? (PIE5)
TOTAL%
1) Principal Income Earner (P.I.E.)41.2
3) Child/Stepchild of P.I.E.31491.5
4) Relative of P.I.E. - Specify144.1
5) Other - Specify82.3
8) Don't know1.3
9) Refused2.6
Missing2168 
TOTAL343100.0
199) What was [person]'s age on his/her last birthday? (AGE5)
TOTAL%
0) Less than one year144.1
1) 1154.4
2) 2247
3) 3277.9
4) 4164.7
5) 5123.5
6) 6113.2
7) 7247
8) 8226.4
9) 9216.1
10) 10154.4
11) 11144.1
12) 12154.4
13) 13267.6
14) 14164.7
15) 1561.8
16) 16154.4
17) 17185.3
18) 1861.8
19) 192.6
20) 2072
21) 212.6
22) 221.3
23) 2341.2
30) 301.3
53) 533.9
999) Refused51.5
Missing2168 
TOTAL342100.0
200) Now I'd like to know a little bit about your household. Does anyone else live in your household? [if (answer is greater than 1) skip to rurb] (NXT6)
TOTAL%
1) Yes13639.5
5) No20860.5
Missing2168 
TOTAL344100.0
201) Is [person] male or female? (SEX6)
TOTAL%
1) Male8864.7
5) Female4835.3
Missing2332 
TOTAL136100.0
202) How is [person] related to the principal income earner in your household? (PIE6)
TOTAL%
1) Principal Income Earner (P.I.E.)1.7
3) Child/Stepchild of P.I.E.11282.4
4) Relative of P.I.E. - Specify85.9
5) Other - Specify139.6
9) Refused21.5
Missing2332 
TOTAL136100.0
203) What was [person]'s age on his/her last birthday? (AGE6)
TOTAL%
0) Less than one year107.5
1) 1118.3
2) 275.3
3) 3107.5
4) 486
5) 586
6) 675.3
7) 743
8) 853.8
9) 975.3
10) 1096.8
11) 1153.8
12) 1296.8
13) 1364.5
14) 1443
15) 1586
17) 1743
19) 1943
47) 4743
999) Refused32.3
Missing2332 
TOTAL133100.0
204) Now I'd like to know a little bit about your household. Does anyone else live in your household? [if (answer is greater than 1) skip to rurb] (NXT7)
TOTAL%
1) Yes3525.7
5) No10174.3
Missing2332 
TOTAL136100.0
205) Is [person] male or female? (SEX7)
TOTAL%
1) Male2468.6
5) Female1131.4
Missing2402 
TOTAL35100.0
206) How is [person] related to the principal income earner in your household? (PIE7)
TOTAL%
3) Child/Stepchild of P.I.E.2470.6
4) Relative of P.I.E. - Specify514.7
5) Other - Specify38.8
9) Refused25.9
Missing2402 
TOTAL34100.0
207) What was [person]'s age on his/her last birthday? (AGE7)
TOTAL%
1) 138.6
2) 225.7
4) 4411.4
5) 5720
6) 638.6
7) 725.7
9) 925.7
11) 11411.4
12) 1238.6
17) 1725.7
40) 4012.9
999) Refused25.7
Missing2402 
TOTAL35100.0
208) Now I'd like to know a little bit about your household. Does anyone else live in your household? [if (answer is greater than 1) skip to rurb] (NXT8)
TOTAL%
1) Yes925.7
5) No2674.3
Missing2402 
TOTAL35100.0
209) Is [person] male or female? (SEX8)
TOTAL%
1) Male222.2
5) Female777.8
Missing2421 
TOTAL9100.0
210) How is [person] related to the principal income earner in your household? (PIE8)
TOTAL%
3) Child/Stepchild of P.I.E.666.7
4) Relative of P.I.E.- Specify333.3
Missing2421 
TOTAL9100.0
211) What was [person]'s age on his/her last birthday? (AGE8)
TOTAL%
0) Less than one year112.5
3) 3225
4) 4112.5
8) 8337.5
10) 10112.5
Missing2421 
TOTAL8100.0
212) Do you live on a farm, in open country but not on a farm, or in a town or city? (RURB)
TOTAL%
1) Farm25810.6
2) Open country, but not a farm2088.6
3) Town or city195680.6
8) Don't know2.1
9) Refused2.1
TOTAL2426100.0
213) Do you live in or near [city]? (COMM)
TOTAL%
1) Yes238298.1
5) No - Please specify what town/city451.9
TOTAL2427100.0
214) How many years have you lived here? (In this county) (LIVE)
TOTAL%
0) Less than one year943.9
1) 1843.5
2) 2933.8
3) 3813.3
4) 4743.1
5) 51054.3
6) 6592.4
7) 7602.5
8) 8572.3
9) 9311.3
10) 10793.3
11) 11271.1
12) 12421.7
13) 13421.7
14) 14301.2
15) 15662.7
16) 16341.4
17) 17291.2
18) 18311.3
19) 19411.7
20) 20893.7
21) 21381.6
22) 22271.1
23) 23321.3
24) 24321.3
25) 25492
26) 26321.3
27) 27341.4
28) 28331.4
29) 2923.9
30) 30943.9
31) 3121.9
32) 32401.6
33) 3319.8
34) 34241
35) 35431.8
36) 36291.2
37) 37261.1
38) 38251
39) 3922.9
40) 40582.4
41) 4118.7
42) 4219.8
43) 43281.2
44) 44241
45) 45331.4
46) 4611.5
47) 4716.7
48) 4817.7
49) 4919.8
50) 50502.1
51) 518.3
52) 5217.7
53) 5318.7
54) 549.4
55) 5516.7
56) 5612.5
57) 5712.5
58) 584.2
59) 596.2
60) 6016.7
61) 618.3
62) 628.3
63) 636.2
64) 644.2
65) 653.1
66) 664.2
67) 675.2
68) 683.1
69) 697.3
70) 708.3
71) 717.3
72) 725.2
73) 733.1
74) 745.2
75) 756.2
76) 766.2
77) 772.1
78) 788.3
79) 792.1
80) 803.1
81) 813.1
82) 828.3
83) 8310
84) 842.1
85) 852.1
86) 8610
87) 8710
92) 9210
888) Don't know2.1
TOTAL2426100.0
215) Were you born in Nebraska, another state, or a foreign country? (BORN1)
TOTAL%
1) Nebraska162466.9
2) Another state73230.2
3) Foreign country712.9
TOTAL2427100.0
216) Are you still living in the same residence as you were two years ago? [if (answer equals 1) skip to safe] (RESI)
TOTAL%
1) Yes195680.6
5) No47019.4
8) Don't know10
TOTAL2427100.0
217) Two years ago were you living in the same community, the same county, a different county in Nebraska, or in another state? (C123_1)
TOTAL%
1) Same community16134.1
2) Same county11023.3
3) Different county in Nebraska9720.6
4) Another state9419.9
5) Another country (foreign country or territory)91.9
8) Don't know1.2
Missing1984 
TOTAL472100.0
218) How many times have you moved in the last two years? By move, we mean take all of one's belongings as if for a permanent move. [if (c123_1 is not equal to 1) skip to fina] (MOVE1)
TOTAL%
1) 130163.8
2) 27716.3
3) 35411.4
4) 4173.6
5) 591.9
6) 661.3
8) 82.4
9) 92.4
10) 102.4
88) Don't know1.2
99) Refused1.2
Missing1984 
TOTAL472100.0
219) All things considered, would you say that your community is safer from crime, about as safe, or not as safe as it was two years ago? (SAFE)
TOTAL%
1) Safer from crime22210.5
2) About as safe141266.7
3) Not as safe47322.3
8) Don't know8.4
9) Refused2.1
Missing286 
TOTAL2117100.0
220) Overall, how satisfied are you with your current financial situation? Would you say you are... (FINA)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied32613.4
2) Satisfied148761.3
3) Dissatisfied or42317.4
4) Very dissatisfied1717
5) Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied [Don't read this]11.5
8) Don't know4.2
9) Refused4.2
TOTAL2426100.0
221) What about your financial prospects? Do you feel that you are better off this year than you were two years ago at this time, about the same, or worse off? (PROS)
TOTAL%
1) Better95439.3
2) Same93438.5
3) Worse52721.7
8) Don't know7.3
9) Refused5.2
TOTAL2427100.0
222) The following statements concern your family's financial situation. For each statement, please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree. My family has enough money to afford the kind of home we need. (FS1)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree49820.5
2) Agree144759.6
3) Disagree35814.8
4) Strongly disagree893.7
8) Don't know14.6
9) Refused21.9
TOTAL2427100.0
223) The following statements concern your family's financial situation. For each statement, please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree. We have enough money to afford the kind of clothing we need. (FS2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree53121.9
2) Agree169269.7
3) Disagree1496.1
4) Strongly disagree341.4
8) Don't know4.2
9) Refused18.7
TOTAL2428100.0
224) The following statements concern your family's financial situation. For each statement, please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree. We have enough money to afford the kind of food we need. (FS3)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree58724.2
2) Agree173171.3
3) Disagree672.8
4) Strongly disagree23.9
8) Don't know10
9) Refused18.7
TOTAL2427100.0
225) The following statements concern your family's financial situation. For each statement, please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree. We have enough money to afford the kind of medical care we need. (FS4)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree45418.7
2) Agree134055.2
3) Disagree44818.5
4) Strongly disagree1526.3
8) Don't know18.7
9) Refused15.6
TOTAL2427100.0
226) During the past 12 months, how much difficulty have you had paying your bills? Would you say... (FS5)
TOTAL%
1) A great deal of difficulty964
2) Quite a bit of difficulty1134.7
3) Some difficulty52521.6
4) A little difficulty54622.5
5) Or no difficulty at all111245.8
8) Don't know8.3
9) Refused271.1
TOTAL2427100.0
227) Think again over the past 12 months. Generally, at the end of each month did you end up with... (FS6)
TOTAL%
1) More than enough money left31412.9
2) Some money left over93238.4
3) Just enough to make ends meet83834.5
4) Almost enough to make ends meet1405.8
5) Or not enough to make ends meet1536.3
8) Don't know15.6
9) Refused361.5
TOTAL2428100.0
228) Taking all things together, how would you say you are these days? Would you say you are... (GHAP)
TOTAL%
1) Very happy82133.8
2) Pretty happy144059.3
3) Not too happy1536.3
8) Don't know5.2
9) Refused8.3
TOTAL2427100.0
229) Taking all things together, how would you describe your marriage? Would you say that your marriage is... [if (marr is not equal to 1) skip to sad] (MHAP)
TOTAL%
1) Very happy106165.1
2) Pretty happy52031.9
3) Not too happy322
8) Don't know3.2
9) Refused14.9
Missing959 
TOTAL1630100.0
230) How do you feel about the way you can confide in your spouse and discuss anything that comes up? Do you feel that communication is... (MCOM)
TOTAL%
1) Very good115270.7
2) Okay41625.5
3) Not so good442.7
8) Don't know1.1
9) Refused171
Missing959 
TOTAL1630100.0
231) Now, I am going to read some statements about how you might have felt during the past week. Please tell me the number of days in the past week including today that... You felt sad. [if (group equals 1) skip to TACT] (SAD)
TOTAL%
0) 0 days (none)81754.6
1) 1 day28218.9
2) 2 days16611.1
3) 3 days674.5
4) 4 days422.8
5) 5 days251.7
6) 6 days8.5
7) 7 days (every day, all week)583.9
8) Don't know151
9) Refused161.1
Missing909 
TOTAL1496100.0
232) Now, I am going to read some statements about how you might have felt during the past week. Please tell me the number of days in the past week including today that... You felt hopeful about the future. (HOPE)
TOTAL%
0) 0 days (none)895.9
1) 1 day684.5
2) 2 days1107.3
3) 3 days1419.4
4) 4 days906
5) 5 days1147.6
6) 6 days734.9
7) 7 days (every day, all week)74449.7
8) Don't know533.5
9) Refused161.1
Missing909 
TOTAL1498100.0
233) Now, I am going to read some statements about how you might have felt during the past week. Please tell me the number of days in the past week including today that... You felt you were as good as other people. (GOOD)
TOTAL%
0) 0 days (none)432.9
1) 1 day14.9
2) 2 days463.1
3) 3 days372.5
4) 4 days493.3
5) 5 days936.2
6) 6 days563.7
7) 7 days (every day, all week)111574.5
8) Don't know291.9
9) Refused151
Missing909 
TOTAL1497100.0
234) Now, I am going to read some statements about how you might have felt during the past week. Please tell me the number of days in the past week including today that... You felt bothered by things that usually don't bother you. (BOTHER)
TOTAL%
0) 0 days (none)86858
1) 1 day24216.2
2) 2 days16110.8
3) 3 days744.9
4) 4 days302
5) 5 days241.6
6) 6 days5.3
7) 7 days (every day, all week)604
8) Don't know191.3
9) Refused13.9
Missing909 
TOTAL1496100.0
235) Now, I am going to read some statements about how you might have felt during the past week. Please tell me the number of days in the past week including today that... You felt lonely. (LONELY)
TOTAL%
0) 0 days (none)115377
1) 1 day1016.7
2) 2 days996.6
3) 3 days261.7
4) 4 days191.3
5) 5 days12.8
6) 6 days11.7
7) 7 days (every day, all week)523.5
8) Don't know10.7
9) Refused151
Missing909 
TOTAL1498100.0
236) Now, I am going to read some statements about how you might have felt during the past week. Please tell me the number of days in the past week including today that... You had trouble keeping your mind on what you were doing. (MIND)
TOTAL%
0) 0 days (none)85056.8
1) 1 day1318.8
2) 2 days15210.2
3) 3 days865.7
4) 4 days382.5
5) 5 days442.9
6) 6 days151
7) 7 days (every day, all week)14910
8) Don't know171.1
9) Refused151
Missing909 
TOTAL1497100.0
237) Now, I am going to read some statements about how you might have felt during the past week. Please tell me the number of days in the past week including today that... You felt that everything you did was an effort. (EFFORT)
TOTAL%
0) 0 days (none)72348.3
1) 1 day15910.6
2) 2 days17011.4
3) 3 days835.5
4) 4 days302
5) 5 days694.6
6) 6 days11.7
7) 7 days (every day, all week)21614.4
8) Don't know201.3
9) Refused151
Missing909 
TOTAL1496100.0
238) Now, I am going to read some statements about how you might have felt during the past week. Please tell me the number of days in the past week including today that... You felt fearful. (FEARFUL)
TOTAL%
0) 0 days (none)123682.7
1) 1 day1026.8
2) 2 days432.9
3) 3 days211.4
4) 4 days12.8
5) 5 days10.7
6) 6 days5.3
7) 7 days (every day, all week)453
8) Don't know5.3
9) Refused161.1
Missing909 
TOTAL1495100.0
239) Now, I am going to read some statements about how you might have felt during the past week. Please tell me the number of days in the past week including today that... You talked less than usual. (TALK)
TOTAL%
0) 0 days (none)113275.7
1) 1 day1369.1
2) 2 days865.8
3) 3 days352.3
4) 4 days181.2
5) 5 days181.2
6) 6 days7.5
7) 7 days (every day, all week)271.8
8) Don't know241.6
9) Refused12.8
Missing909 
TOTAL1495100.0
240) Now, I am going to read some statements about how you might have felt during the past week. Please tell me the number of days in the past week including today that... You felt depressed. (FELT)
TOTAL%
0) 0 days (none)112274.9
1) 1 day1419.4
2) 2 days765.1
3) 3 days573.8
4) 4 days211.4
5) 5 days241.6
6) 6 days3.2
7) 7 days (every day, all week)342.3
8) Don't know8.5
9) Refused12.8
Missing909 
TOTAL1498100.0
241) How fearful are you that you personally could become a victim of a terrorist act? Would you say you are very fearful, somewhat fearful, not too fearful, or not at all fearful? (TACT)
TOTAL%
1) Very fearful421.7
2) Somewhat fearful36915.2
3) Not too fearful93738.6
4) Not at all fearful106643.9
8) Don't know9.4
9) Refused4.2
TOTAL2427100.0
242) Researchers at the university are interested in the local impact of the growing number of religions in the United States. How comfortable would you be if one of your neighbors joined a cult? [if (rn1 is greater than 33) skip to PAUL2a] (PAUL1A)
TOTAL%
1) Very comfortable435.3
2) Somewhat comfortable8410.3
3) Somewhat uncomfortable31438.6
4) Very uncomfortable34842.8
8) Don't know232.8
9) Refused2.2
Missing1615 
TOTAL814100.0
243) How much do you agree with the following statement? The government should be able to regulate the activities and practices of cults. Do you... [skip to empl] (PAUL1B)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree20825.6
2) Agree24930.6
3) Disagree19423.8
4) Strongly disagree9711.9
8) Don't know658
9) Refused1.1
Missing1615 
TOTAL814100.0
244) Researchers at the university are interested in the local impact of the growing number of religions in the United States. How comfortable would you be if one of your neighbors joined a new religious movement? [if (rn1 is greater than 66) skip to PAUL3a] (PAUL2A)
TOTAL%
1) Very comfortable23628.4
2) Somewhat comfortable29435.4
3) Somewhat uncomfortable18722.5
4) Very uncomfortable556.6
8) Don't know536.4
9) Refused6.7
Missing1593 
TOTAL831100.0
245) How much do you agree with the following statement? The government should be able to regulate the activities and practices of new religious movements. Do you... [skip to empl] (PAUL2B)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree475.7
2) Agree16519.9
3) Disagree31437.8
4) Strongly disagree25931.2
8) Don't know394.7
9) Refused7.8
Missing1593 
TOTAL831100.0
246) Researchers at the university are interested in the local impact of the growing number of religions in the United States. How comfortable would you be if one of your neighbors joined a new Christian church? (PAUL3A)
TOTAL%
1) Very comfortable46059.9
2) Somewhat comfortable22128.8
3) Somewhat uncomfortable364.7
4) Very uncomfortable111.4
8) Don't know364.7
9) Refused4.5
Missing1657 
TOTAL768100.0
247) How much do you agree with the following statement? The government should be able to regulate the activities and practices of new Christian churches. Do you... (PAUL3B)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree162.1
2) Agree7910.3
3) Disagree30239.3
4) Strongly disagree33343.3
8) Don't know303.9
9) Refused91.2
Missing1657 
TOTAL769100.0
248) Do you typically work full-time, part-time, go to school, keep house, or something else? [if (empl is less than or equal to 2) skip to stud] (EMPL)
TOTAL%
1) Working a full-time job (35 hours or more)149761.7
2) Working a part-time job(s)26210.8
4) Unemployed, laid off, looking for work411.7
5) Retired37615.5
6) In school612.5
7) Keeping house1335.5
8) Disabled321.3
9) Other [specify]21.9
99) Refused3.1
TOTAL2426100.0
249) Do you currently work at all for a wage? [if (answer equals 1) skip to stud] (WORK)
TOTAL%
1) Yes9013.3
5) No58586.5
8) Don't know00
9) Refused1.1
Missing1716 
TOTAL676100.0
250) Are you currently seeking employment? (SEEK)
TOTAL%
1) Yes192679.4
5) No50020.6
9) Refused10
TOTAL2427100.0
251) Are you currently taking courses for college credit? [if (answer is greater than 1) skip to ret] (STUD)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2359.7
5) No219090.2
8) Don't know10
9) Refused10
TOTAL2427100.0
252) What kind of school are you enrolled in? Are you enrolled in a... (COLL)
TOTAL%
1) Community college228894.3
2) A state university (like UNL, UNO, UNMC, or UNK)552.3
3) A four-year private college or university, or522.1
4) A four-year state college (like Peru, Chadron, or Wayne State)19.8
5) Other - Specify12.5
8) Don't know10
TOTAL2427100.0
253) Do you consider yourself to be permanently retired? [if (empl equals 1) skip to eemp] (RET)
TOTAL%
1) Yes194179.9
5) No47819.7
8) Don't know6.2
9) Refused3.1
TOTAL2428100.0
254) Were you ever employed for as long as one year? [if (empl is less than 3) skip to whrs] (EEMP)
TOTAL%
1) Yes237597.9
5) No522.1
TOTAL2427100.0
255) During the average week, how many hours do you usually work, NOT including the time you travel to and from work? [if (empl is greater than 2) skip to wtyp] (WHRS)
TOTAL%
1) 167427.8
4) 410
5) 54.2
6) 62.1
8) 87.3
9) 910
10) 1013.5
11) 1110
12) 126.2
13) 1310
14) 143.1
15) 1517.7
16) 165.2
17) 1710
18) 183.1
19) 195.2
20) 20562.3
21) 2110
22) 224.2
23) 2310
24) 2414.6
25) 25301.2
27) 273.1
28) 284.2
30) 30723
31) 3110
32) 32241
33) 332.1
34) 344.2
35) 35612.5
36) 3621.9
37) 378.3
38) 3812.5
39) 393.1
40) 4052821.8
41) 419.4
42) 42281.2
43) 4317.7
44) 4411.5
45) 451676.9
46) 462.1
47) 478.3
48) 4816.7
49) 4910
50) 502249.2
52) 5210.4
53) 533.1
54) 545.2
55) 55712.9
56) 565.2
57) 572.1
58) 5810
60) 601134.7
61) 6110
63) 632.1
65) 65341.4
69) 6900
70) 70411.7
72) 725.2
74) 7410
75) 759.4
76) 7610
78) 7810
80) 8013.5
84) 8410
85) 852.1
87) 872.1
90) 904.2
91) 9110
100) 100 hours or more7.3
888) Don't know14.6
999) Refused10
TOTAL2426100.0
256) Could you tell me approximately how many people are employed where you work? (The company or corp., not just the department) [If R. doesn't know, probe: Would you say over 25 but less than 50, over 50 but less than 100, over 100 but less than 500?] (WNUM)
TOTAL%
1) Less than 25133855.1
2) 25 to 502078.5
3) 51 to 1001556.4
4) 101 to 2501897.8
5) 251 to 5001225
6) Over 50036915.2
8) Don't know351.4
9) Refused12.5
TOTAL2427100.0
257) How satisfied are you with your job? Would you say you are... (JSAT)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied137756.7
2) Satisfied88636.5
3) Dissatisfied1164.8
4) Very dissatisfied421.7
5) Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied6.2
8) Don't know10
TOTAL2428100.0
258) How many jobs are you employed at? (At the same time - for how many employers do you work...how many jobs do you work?) (WJOB)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL24271.120.39
259) Are you self-employed or do you work for a wage? (SE)
TOTAL%
1) Self-employed95039.1
2) Work for a wage140758
3) Both (for example: farmer who works at a factory)662.7
8) Don't know4.2
TOTAL2427100.0
260) How long have you worked for your current employer? [This is asking about their primary employer if they have more than one.] (DOL6)
TOTAL%
0) Less than one year1606.6
1) 1120449.6
2) 21295.3
3) 31164.8
4) 4753.1
5) 5823.4
6) 6582.4
7) 7431.8
8) 8461.9
9) 922.9
10) 10542.2
11) 11311.3
12) 12301.2
13) 13241
14) 14261.1
15) 15361.5
16) 1622.9
17) 1716.7
18) 1817.7
19) 198.3
20) 20251
21) 2115.6
22) 2212.5
23) 2316.7
24) 2410.4
25) 25251
26) 268.3
27) 2716.7
28) 2813.5
29) 295.2
30) 3012.5
31) 313.1
32) 325.2
33) 338.3
34) 344.2
35) 357.3
36) 362.1
37) 3710
38) 387.3
39) 3910
40) 405.2
41) 4110
42) 422.1
43) 433.1
44) 4410
45) 455.2
46) 4610
50) 5011.5
88) Don't know4.2
TOTAL2427100.0
261) Not including the time you travel to and from work, during the average week, how many hours do you usually work at your primary job? [if (WJOB is greater than 1) skip to DOL8_1] (DOL7)
TOTAL%
0) Less than one hour11.5
1) 1127352.4
4) 43.1
5) 52.1
6) 62.1
7) 73.1
8) 85.2
9) 92.1
10) 109.4
11) 1110
12) 124.2
13) 1310
14) 143.1
15) 157.3
16) 163.1
17) 1710
18) 1810
20) 20371.5
21) 2110
22) 224.2
24) 2413.5
25) 2521.9
26) 2610
27) 272.1
28) 282.1
30) 30451.9
32) 3216.7
33) 3310
34) 344.2
35) 35421.7
36) 3614.6
37) 377.3
38) 3810.4
39) 3910
40) 4036314.9
41) 419.4
42) 4217.7
43) 4311.5
44) 446.2
45) 451215
46) 462.1
47) 4710
48) 4810.4
50) 501415.8
51) 512.1
52) 525.2
53) 5310
54) 543.1
55) 55471.9
56) 562.1
57) 5710
58) 582.1
60) 60723
65) 6516.7
70) 7023.9
72) 724.2
75) 753.1
80) 804.2
90) 9010
91) 9110
100) 1002.1
888) Don't know7.3
TOTAL2429100.0
262) What is the annual wage rate of your primary job? [Annual wage: $] (DOL8_1)
TOTAL%
0) 0522.1
1) 1109945.2
2) 210
6) 610
7) 710
8) 84.2
9) 96.2
10) 108.3
11) 115.2
12) 1210
14) 1400
15) 1510
18) 182.1
19) 1900
20) 205.2
25) 252.1
30) 305.2
35) 354.2
36) 3610
38) 3810
40) 402.1
45) 4500
48) 4810
50) 502.1
55) 552.1
56) 5600
60) 6010
62) 6210
65) 6510
550) 55010
565) 56510
600) 60010
650) 65010
700) 70010
735) 73510
750) 7503.1
765) 76510
825) 8252.1
850) 8503.1
900) 90010
925) 92510
1000) 100010
1050) 105010
1400) 14002.1
1550) 155000
2100) 210010
2200) 220010
2300) 230010
2792) 27922.1
2880) 288010
3000) 30002.1
3600) 360010
4000) 400010
5000) 50004.2
5400) 540000
6000) 60008.3
6200) 620010
6250) 625010
7000) 70005.2
7200) 72004.2
7500) 750010
8000) 80006.2
8500) 850010
8700) 870010
8900) 890010
9000) 90003.1
9600) 960010
9999) 999910
10000) 1000012.5
10800) 1080010
11000) 110003.1
11520) 1152010
12000) 1200017.7
12500) 1250010
13000) 130003.1
13500) 1350000
14000) 1400010.4
14400) 1440010
15000) 1500011.5
15959) 1595910
16000) 160008.3
17000) 170002.1
17500) 175003.1
18000) 1800010.4
18500) 185002.1
18720) 1872000
19000) 190006.2
19800) 1980010
20000) 20000331.4
21000) 2100012.5
22000) 2200010.4
22500) 2250000
23000) 2300015.6
23900) 2390010
24000) 2400015.6
25000) 25000371.5
26000) 2600012.5
26500) 265002.1
27000) 2700013.5
27900) 2790010
28000) 2800012.5
28500) 2850010
29000) 2900015.6
30000) 30000512.1
31000) 310003.1
31200) 3120010
31500) 3150010
32000) 3200020.8
33000) 330006.2
34000) 340004.2
35000) 35000281.2
36000) 360007.3
37000) 3700010.4
38000) 3800014.6
39000) 390007.3
40000) 40000431.8
41000) 410004.2
42000) 4200016.7
42500) 4250010
43000) 4300010.4
44000) 440006.2
45000) 45000311.3
46000) 460003.1
47000) 470002.1
48000) 480008.3
49000) 490002.1
50000) 50000522.1
51000) 5100000
52000) 520005.2
53000) 530004.2
54000) 540002.1
55000) 550004.2
56000) 560003.1
57000) 5700000
58000) 580003.1
60000) 6000021.9
61000) 6100000
62000) 620003.1
65000) 6500012.5
66000) 6600010
67000) 670002.1
68000) 6800010
70000) 7000011.5
71500) 7150010
72000) 720002.1
73000) 730002.1
74000) 7400010
75000) 750009.4
77000) 7700010
78000) 7800010
80000) 8000010.4
85000) 8500010
87000) 870002.1
88888) 8888811.5
90000) 900007.3
95000) 950002.1
99999) 9999910.4
100000) 1000009.4
110000) 1100004.2
120000) 1200004.2
135000) 1350002.1
150000) 1500003.1
160000) 16000010
166000) 16600000
200000) 2000003.1
220000) 22000010
350000) 35000010
380000) 38000010
450000) 45000010
460000) 46000000
500000) 50000010
888888) Don't know1887.7
999999) Refused1988.2
TOTAL2429100.0
263) How long (in minutes) does it normally take you to travel one way to your primary job? (DOL9)
TOTAL%
0) 0823.4
1) 1112346.3
2) 2391.6
3) 3471.9
4) 415.6
5) 51767.2
6) 610.4
7) 7401.6
8) 8261.1
9) 910
10) 101937.9
11) 114.2
12) 1222.9
13) 137.3
14) 144.2
15) 151807.4
17) 174.2
18) 185.2
20) 201636.7
22) 222.1
23) 2310
24) 244.2
25) 25743
27) 2710
28) 2810
30) 30783.2
32) 322.1
35) 3516.7
37) 3710
40) 4019.8
45) 4523.9
50) 5010.4
60) 6015.6
65) 6510
75) 7510
80) 802.1
90) 904.2
110) 1102.1
120) 1202.1
888) Don't know261.1
999) Refused2.1
TOTAL2428100.0
264) Next I am going to read you a list of employee benefits. For each one, please tell me if you are currently offered that benefit through your primary employer. Are you currently offered life insurance (where you work)? [if (SE equals 1) skip to DOL27] [if (answer equals 7) skip to DOL27] (DOL10)
TOTAL%
1) Yes205184.5
5) No36014.8
8) Don't know12.5
9) Refused5.2
TOTAL2428100.0
265) Next I am going to read you a list of employee benefits. For each one, please tell me if you are currently offered that benefit through your primary employer. Are you currently offered health insurance (where you work)? (DOL11)
TOTAL%
1) Yes216389.1
5) No25410.5
8) Don't know5.2
9) Refused5.2
TOTAL2427100.0
266) Next I am going to read you a list of employee benefits. For each one, please tell me if you are currently offered that benefit through your primary employer. Are you currently offered health insurance for your spouse or dependents (where you work)? (DOL12)
TOTAL%
1) Yes212487.5
5) No28611.8
8) Don't know12.5
9) Refused5.2
TOTAL2427100.0
267) Next I am going to read you a list of employee benefits. For each one, please tell me if you are currently offered that benefit through your primary employer. Are you currently offered dental insurance (where you work)? (DOL13)
TOTAL%
1) Yes201783.1
5) No39016.1
8) Don't know15.6
9) Refused5.2
TOTAL2427100.0
268) Next I am going to read you a list of employee benefits. For each one, please tell me if you are currently offered that benefit through your primary employer. Are you currently offered paid sick leave (where you work)? (DOL14)
TOTAL%
1) Yes201082.8
5) No40116.5
8) Don't know11.5
9) Refused5.2
TOTAL2427100.0
269) Next I am going to read you a list of employee benefits. For each one, please tell me if you are currently offered that benefit through your primary employer. Are you currently offered paid vacation (where you work)? (DOL15)
TOTAL%
1) Yes216089
5) No25410.5
8) Don't know9.4
9) Refused5.2
TOTAL2428100.0
270) Next I am going to read you a list of employee benefits. For each one, please tell me if you are currently offered that benefit through your primary employer. Are you currently offered paid holidays (where you work)? (DOL16)
TOTAL%
1) Yes215188.6
5) No26410.9
8) Don't know8.3
9) Refused5.2
TOTAL2428100.0
271) Next I am going to read you a list of employee benefits. For each one, please tell me if you are currently offered that benefit through your primary employer. Are you currently offered child care assistance (where you work)? (DOL17)
TOTAL%
1) Yes145559.9
5) No84734.9
8) Don't know1215
9) Refused5.2
TOTAL2428100.0
272) Next I am going to read you a list of employee benefits. For each one, please tell me if you are currently offered that benefit through your primary employer. Are you currently offered a retirement program (where you work)? (DOL18)
TOTAL%
1) Yes211387.1
5) No29412.1
8) Don't know15.6
9) Refused5.2
TOTAL2427100.0
273) Next I am going to read you a list of employee benefits. For each one, please tell me if you are currently offered that benefit through your primary employer. Are you currently offered disability insurance (where you work)? (DOL19)
TOTAL%
1) Yes198181.6
5) No37515.5
8) Don't know662.7
9) Refused5.2
TOTAL2427100.0
274) Next I am going to read you a list of employee benefits. For each one, please tell me if you are currently offered that benefit through your primary employer. Are you currently offered a prescription drug plan (where you work)? (DOL20)
TOTAL%
1) Yes203083.6
5) No36315
8) Don't know301.2
9) Refused5.2
TOTAL2428100.0
275) Next I am going to read you a list of employee benefits. For each one, please tell me if you are currently offered that benefit through your primary employer. Are you currently offered profit sharing (where you work)? (DOL21)
TOTAL%
1) Yes164367.7
5) No73830.4
8) Don't know401.6
9) Refused5.2
TOTAL2426100.0
276) Next I am going to read you a list of employee benefits. For each one, please tell me if you are currently offered that benefit through your primary employer. Are you currently offered discounts (where you work)? (DOL22)
TOTAL%
1) Yes172671.1
5) No68328.1
8) Don't know13.5
9) Refused5.2
TOTAL2427100.0
277) Next I am going to read you a list of employee benefits. For each one, please tell me if you are currently offered that benefit through your primary employer. Are you currently offered tuition assistance (where you work)? (DOL23)
TOTAL%
1) Yes174571.9
5) No60324.8
8) Don't know743
9) Refused5.2
TOTAL2427100.0
278) How do you rate the overall benefits package offered to you by your (primary) employer? Would you rate it as... [if (answer equals 0) skip to DOL26] (DOL24)
TOTAL%
0) No benefit package offered913.8
1) Very good166668.7
2) Good36214.9
3) Fair1476.1
4) Poor783.2
5) Very poor662.7
88) Don't know14.6
99) Refused2.1
TOTAL2426100.0
279) Which benefit offered by your current (primary) employer is *most* important to you? (DOL25)
TOTAL%
1) Life insurance138557.1
2) Health insurance61725.4
3) Health insurance for spouses or dependents451.9
4) Dental insurance13.5
5) Paid vacation562.3
6) Paid holidays15.6
7) Paid sick leave241
8) Child care assistance3.1
9) Retirement program1215
10) Disability insurance8.3
11) Profit sharing10.4
12) Prescription drug plan3.1
13) Discounts15.6
14) Tuition assistance4.2
15) Other - specify552.3
88) Don't know502.1
99) Refused2.1
TOTAL2426100.0
280) What benefit not currently offered to you would you most like to receive from your (primary) employer? (DOL26)
TOTAL%
1) Life insurance130753.8
2) Health insurance1355.6
3) Health insurance for spouses or dependents19.8
4) Dental insurance793.3
5) Paid vacation20.8
6) Paid holidays16.7
7) Paid sick leave441.8
8) Child care assistance602.5
9) Retirement program542.2
10) Disability insurance15.6
11) Profit sharing602.5
12) Prescription drug plan12.5
13) Discounts8.3
14) Tuition assistance361.5
15) Other [specify]24410
88) Don't know31312.9
99) Refused6.2
TOTAL2428100.0
281) Assuming the same number of hours currently worked at your (primary) job, how much pay per hour would you need to change employment? [Ask until the respondent says 'no,' starting with $20 per hour. Read the annual equivalent only if they ask.] [skip to DOL29] [if (answer is greater than 8) skip to DOL29] (DOL27)
TOTAL%
1) $20 per hour [$41,600 annually]152662.9
2) $18 per hour [$37,440 annually]451.9
3) $16 per hour [$33,280 annually]712.9
4) $14 per hour [$29,120 annually]893.7
5) $12 per hour [$24,960 annually]652.7
6) $10 per hour [$20,800 annually]1094.5
7) $8 per hour [$16.640 annually]411.7
8) $6 per hour [$12,480 annually]532.2
77) Other - something else26811
88) Don't know1275.2
99) Refused341.4
TOTAL2428100.0
282) Would you be willing to accept a SECOND job? [if (WJOB is greater than 1) skip to DOL32] [if (answer is greater than 1) skip to DOL35] (DOL29)
TOTAL%
1) Yes170370.1
5) No70829.2
8) Don't know17.7
TOTAL2428100.0
283) About how many hours would you like to work at a second job each week? (DOL30)
TOTAL%
0) None5.2
1) 1200582.6
2) 22.1
4) 47.3
5) 515.6
6) 610
8) 89.4
10) 10913.7
11) 1110
12) 1213.5
15) 15692.8
16) 163.1
18) 1810
20) 201355.6
23) 2310
24) 242.1
25) 2519.8
28) 282.1
30) 3011.5
40) 4017.7
45) 4510
60) 6010
88) 882.1
888) Don't know14.6
TOTAL2427100.0
284) How much would an employer have to pay you per hour in order for you to accept a second job? [if (WJOB equals 1) skip to DOL35] [if (WJOB is greater than 5) skip to DOL35] (DOL31)
TOTAL%
0) None3.1
1) 1200582.6
2) 24.2
5) 54.2
6) 610.4
7) 714.6
8) 8522.1
9) 9281.2
10) 10773.2
11) 115.2
12) 12331.4
13) 137.3
14) 1411.5
15) 15562.3
16) 165.2
17) 1710
18) 189.4
20) 20381.6
23) 2310
25) 2515.6
27) 2710
28) 2810
30) 3011.5
35) 352.1
40) 402.1
50) 504.2
75) 7510
88) Don't know261.1
99) Refused10
TOTAL2427100.0
285) What is the main reason you are working multiple jobs? (DOL32)
TOTAL%
1) Meet regular expenses230495
2) Pay off debt13.5
3) Increase savings15.6
4) Buy something special5.2
5) Enjoyment411.7
6) Unable to find regular, full-time employment3.1
7) Other - specify411.7
88) Don't know4.2
TOTAL2426100.0
286) During the average week, how many hours do you usually work at your second job, not including the time you travel to and from work? [skip to DOL35] (DOL33)
TOTAL%
0) None4.2
1) 1225092.8
2) 22.1
3) 32.1
4) 48.3
5) 521.9
6) 66.2
7) 710
8) 88.3
10) 1014.6
11) 1110
12) 1212.5
14) 1410
15) 1515.6
16) 164.2
17) 1700
20) 2022.9
22) 223.1
24) 243.1
25) 259.4
26) 2610
28) 282.1
30) 307.3
35) 353.1
36) 3610
40) 405.2
43) 432.1
45) 4510
55) 552.1
60) 6010
65) 6510
100) 10010
888) Don't know12.5
TOTAL2425100.0
287) During the average week, how many hours do you usually work at your third job, not including the time you travel to and from work? [if (wjob is less than 3) skip to DOL35] (DOL34)
TOTAL%
0) None2.1
1) 1240198.9
2) 22.1
3) 34.2
4) 42.1
5) 58.3
6) 610
10) 1010
12) 122.1
15) 1510
19) 1910
20) 2010
888) Don't know2.1
TOTAL2428100.0
288) Do you see yourself working in Nebraska two years from now? [if (answer is less than 3) skip to nh] (DOL35)
TOTAL%
1) Definitely yes196581
2) Probably yes31012.8
3) Undecided652.7
4) Probably no461.9
5) Definitely no281.2
8) Don't know13.5
TOTAL2427100.0
289) What is your primary reason for thinking you won't be working in Nebraska two years from now? (DOL36)
TOTAL%
1) Will be retired230494.9
2) Will relocate to another state/location652.7
3) Will be going to school9.4
4) Will be staying at home/caregiving to children or elders2.1
5) Other - specify401.6
8) Don't know7.3
TOTAL2427100.0
290) Next, I'd like to read a series of statements about nursing homes. [if (ager is less than 35) skip to vote1] [if (group equals 3) skip to semp] Based on what you know or have heard, how would you evaluate the overall quality of care in nursing homes? Would you say the care provided is: (NH1)
TOTAL%
1) Very high quality122450.4
2) Moderately high quality66927.6
3) Moderately low quality28811.9
4) Very low quality602.5
8) Don't know1817.5
9) Refused5.2
TOTAL2427100.0
291) Next, I'd like to read a series of statements about nursing homes. [if (ager is less than 35) skip to vote1] [if (group equals 3) skip to semp] Do you think that the care provided in nursing homes today is better than, worse than, or about the same as it was five years ago? (NH2)
TOTAL%
1) Better than155063.9
2) About the same as52821.8
3) Worse than1275.2
8) Don't know2219.1
9) Refused10
TOTAL2427100.0
292) Next, I'd like to read a series of statements about nursing homes. [if (ager is less than 35) skip to vote1] [if (group equals 3) skip to semp] If a loved one became chronically ill or disabled, how willing would you be to have that person cared for in a nursing home? Would you be... (NH3)
TOTAL%
1) Very willing139657.5
2) Somewhat willing52821.8
3) Somewhat unwilling29312.1
4) Very unwilling1676.9
8) Don't know411.7
9) Refused2.1
TOTAL2427100.0
293) Next I'd like to read a series of statements about nursing homes. Please tell me if you agree or disagree with each statement. The nursing home in your local community provides higher quality care than those in other parts of the country. Do you... (NH4)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree120849.8
2) Agree50921
3) Neither agree or disagree/neutral994.1
4) Disagree or1797.4
5) Strongly disagree18.7
8) Don't know41016.9
9) Refused4.2
TOTAL2427100.0
294) Next I'd like to read a series of statements about nursing homes. Please tell me if you agree or disagree with each statement. If I ever need 24-hour nursing care, I would rather receive care by trained staff in a nursing home than to be dependent upon family members to take care of me. (NH5)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree132954.8
2) Agree58724.2
3) Neither agree or disagree/neutral562.3
4) Disagree or29612.2
5) Strongly disagree1004.1
8) Don't know552.3
9) Refused4.2
TOTAL2427100.0
295) Next I'd like to read a series of statements about nursing homes. Please tell me if you agree or disagree with each statement. Nursing homes are usually treated fairly by newspaper and television reports. (NH6)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree116948.2
2) Agree67727.9
3) Neither agree or disagree/neutral763.1
4) Disagree or28011.5
5) Strongly disagree341.4
8) Don't know1887.7
9) Refused3.1
TOTAL2427100.0
296) Next I'd like to read a series of statements about nursing homes. Please tell me if you agree or disagree with each statement. Once a person enters a nursing home, he or she is there for life. (NH7)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree120549.6
2) Agree49920.6
3) Neither agree or disagree/neutral492
4) Disagree or53322
5) Strongly disagree933.8
8) Don't know471.9
9) Refused2.1
TOTAL2428100.0
297) Next I'd like to read a series of statements about nursing homes. Please tell me if you agree or disagree with each statement. Patients lose many of their rights, such as the right to vote or to make choices, when they move into the nursing home. (NH8)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree115947.8
2) Agree24510.1
3) Neither agree or disagree/neutral843.5
4) Disagree or59024.3
5) Strongly disagree1566.4
8) Don't know1877.7
9) Refused6.2
TOTAL2427100.0
298) How familiar are you with assisted living facilities? Would you say... [if (answer equals 4) skip to VOTE1] (NH11)
TOTAL%
1) Very familiar137456.6
2) Somewhat familiar59424.5
3) Not too familiar, or36114.9
4) You have never heard of assisted living facilities843.5
8) Don't know11.5
9) Refused3.1
TOTAL2427100.0
299) Compared to nursing home residents, would you say most people living in assisted living facilities are healthier, about the same as, or sicker than nursing home residents? (NH12)
TOTAL%
1) Healthier than nursing home residents207685.5
2) About the same as nursing home residents2249.2
3) Sicker than nursing home residents10.4
8) Don't know1144.7
9) Refused3.1
TOTAL2427100.0
300) Based on what you know or have heard, how would you evaluate the overall quality of assisted living facilities? Would you say the care provided is... (NH13)
TOTAL%
1) Very high quality142958.9
2) Moderately high quality77732
3) Moderately low quality492
4) Very low quality5.2
8) Don't know1626.7
9) Refused5.2
TOTAL2427100.0
301) How involved are people who live in assisted living facilities in their community? Would you say they are very involved, somewhat involved, not too involved, or not at all involved in the community in which they live? (NH14)
TOTAL%
1) Very involved126852.3
2) Somewhat involved61025.1
3) Not too involved31913.1
4) Not at all involved381.6
8) Don't know1887.7
9) Refused3.1
TOTAL2426100.0
302) Based on what you know or have heard, would you be very willing, somewhat willing, somewhat unwilling, or very unwilling to have a loved one cared for in an assisted living facility? (NH15)
TOTAL%
1) Very willing162366.8
2) Somewhat willing63926.3
3) Somewhat unwilling723
4) Very unwilling321.3
8) Don't know582.4
9) Refused4.2
TOTAL2428100.0
303) Are you currently registered to vote? [if (group equals 3) skip to semp] [if (answer equals 1) skip to vote4] (VOTE1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes217289.5
5) No24210
8) Don't know13.5
TOTAL2427100.0
304) Have you ever been registered to vote? [if (answer equals 1) skip to vote4] (VOTE2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes226993.5
5) No1546.3
8) Don't know4.2
TOTAL2427100.0
305) Which of the following best describes why you have not registered to vote? [if (answer is greater than 0) skip to vote13] (VOTE3)
TOTAL%
1) No interest234196.4
2) No opportunity13.5
3) Don't know how10.4
4) Don't want to have to do jury duty10.4
5) Other - something else - specify461.9
8) Don't know7.3
9) Refused2.1
TOTAL2429100.0
306) Have you ever voted? [if (answer is greater than 1) skip to vote13] (VOTE4)
TOTAL%
1) Yes231995.6
5) No1084.4
TOTAL2427100.0
307) Have you ever voted by absentee ballot? [if (answer is greater than 1) skip to vote7] (VOTE5)
TOTAL%
1) Yes123951.1
5) No118148.7
8) Don't know7.3
TOTAL2427100.0
308) What was the determining factor that led you to vote absentee? (VOTE6)
TOTAL%
1) I was out of town235196.8
2) Health reasons21.9
3) Polling place location18.7
4) Polling place hours7.3
5) Ease of voting by mail261.1
8) Don't know6.2
TOTAL2429100.0
309) Which of the following best describes your voting habits? (VOTE7)
TOTAL%
1) I vote in all elections152262.7
2) I vote in most elections63826.3
3) I sometimes vote1847.6
4) I rarely vote712.9
5) I never vote10.4
8) Don't know2.1
TOTAL2427100.0
310) Which of the following best describes the type of election in which you are MOST likely to vote? Would you say... (VOTE8)
TOTAL%
1) Presidential primaries101741.9
2) Presidential generals25610.5
3) Other statewide primaries or generals20.8
4) Special or local elections, or723
5) All elections, regardless of the type of election105043.3
8) Don't know8.3
9) Refused4.2
TOTAL2427100.0
311) Which of the following best describes why you vote? [if (answer is greater than 0) skip to vote20] [if (vote4 equals 1) skip to vote20] (VOTE12)
TOTAL%
1) It is my civic duty148261.1
2) I'm interested in a particular issue or candidate40516.7
3) My family or friends vote16.7
4) I'm loyal to a political party391.6
5) I was taught by parents or family that it was important39816.4
6) Other - specify783.2
88) Don't know7.3
99) Refused2.1
TOTAL2427100.0
312) Which of the following best describes why you don't vote? It's too time consuming (VOTE13_1)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked25010.3
1) Checked217789.7
TOTAL2427100.0
313) Which of the following best describes why you don't vote? I have no interest (VOTE13_2)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked1998.2
1) Checked222891.8
TOTAL2427100.0
314) Which of the following best describes why you don't vote? I don't have enough information on candidates and/or issues (VOTE13_3)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked2038.4
1) Checked222491.6
TOTAL2427100.0
315) Which of the following best describes why you don't vote? The polling place is inconvenient or not accessible (VOTE13_4)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked25810.6
1) Checked216989.4
TOTAL2427100.0
316) Which of the following best describes why you don't vote? I have no political party affiliation (VOTE13_5)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked24710.2
1) Checked218089.8
TOTAL2427100.0
317) Which of the following best describes why you don't vote? I do not feel my vote makes a difference (VOTE13_6)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked2379.8
1) Checked219090.2
TOTAL2427100.0
318) Which of the following best describes why you don't vote? The time when polls are open is inconvenient (VOTE13_7)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked24910.3
1) Checked217889.7
TOTAL2427100.0
319) Which of the following best describes why you don't vote? Other - specify (VOTE13_8)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked1927.9
1) Checked223592.1
TOTAL2427100.0
320) Which of the following best describes why you don't vote? Don't know (VOTE13_9)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked25210.4
1) Checked217589.6
TOTAL2427100.0
321) Which of the following best describes why you don't vote? Refused (VOTE1310)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked26410.9
1) Checked216389.1
TOTAL2427100.0
322) What do you think is the main reason other people do not vote? [if (vote3 is greater than 0) skip to r1] [if (vote4 is greater than 1) skip to r1] (VOTE20)
TOTAL%
1) It's too time consuming65627
2) They have no interest63826.3
3) They don't have enough information on candidates and/or issues1656.8
4) The polling place is inconvenient or not accessible15.6
5) They have no political party affiliation15.6
6) They do not feel their vote makes a difference74730.8
7) The time when polls are open is inconvenient23.9
8) Other - specify1164.8
88) Don't know512.1
99) Refused2.1
TOTAL2428100.0
323) Which of the following *best* describes where you receive information concerning candidates or issues? (VOTE21)
TOTAL%
1) Newspaper135255.7
2) Television or radio77732
3) Voter guides or other publications532.2
4) Civic or community forums10.4
5) Family or friends441.8
6) Candidates themselves451.9
7) Government sources10
8) Political parties10.4
9) Churches22.9
10) Other - specify1024.2
88) Don't know9.4
99) Refused10
TOTAL2426100.0
324) Please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree on the following statements regarding information on voting. I received information concerning when, where, or how to vote from newspapers or the internet. (VOTE22)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree122850.6
2) Agree70829.1
3) Neutral502.1
4) Disagree32713.5
5) Strongly disagree1014.2
88) Don't know10.4
99) Refused5.2
TOTAL2429100.0
325) Please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree on the following statements regarding information on voting. I received information concerning when, where, or how to vote from television or radio. (VOTE23)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree113046.6
2) Agree75331
3) Neutral341.4
4) Disagree42317.4
5) Strongly disagree723
88) Don't know10.4
99) Refused4.2
TOTAL2426100.0
326) Please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree on the following statements regarding information on voting. I received information concerning when, where, or how to vote from voter guides or other publications. (VOTE24)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree97440.1
2) Agree55823
3) Neutral461.9
4) Disagree71629.5
5) Strongly disagree1014.2
88) Don't know281.2
99) Refused4.2
TOTAL2427100.0
327) Please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree on the following statements regarding information on voting. I received information concerning when, where, or how to vote from civic or community forums. (VOTE25)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree91437.7
2) Agree49320.3
3) Neutral441.8
4) Disagree85335.2
5) Strongly disagree923.8
88) Don't know261.1
99) Refused4.2
TOTAL2426100.0
328) Please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree on the following statements regarding information on voting. I received information concerning when, where, or how to vote from family or friends. (VOTE26)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree96939.9
2) Agree70128.9
3) Neutral331.4
4) Disagree64526.6
5) Strongly disagree692.8
88) Don't know9.4
99) Refused2.1
TOTAL2428100.0
329) Please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree on the following statements regarding information on voting. I received information concerning when, where, or how to vote from candidates themselves. (VOTE27)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree91137.5
2) Agree50520.8
3) Neutral431.8
4) Disagree82534
5) Strongly disagree1225
88) Don't know17.7
99) Refused4.2
TOTAL2427100.0
330) Please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree on the following statements regarding information on voting. I received information concerning when, where, or how to vote from government sources. (VOTE28)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree90437.2
2) Agree48620
3) Neutral411.7
4) Disagree86935.8
5) Strongly disagree953.9
88) Don't know271.1
99) Refused5.2
TOTAL2427100.0
331) Please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree on the following statements regarding information on voting. I received information concerning when, where, or how to vote from political parties. (VOTE29)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree90937.5
2) Agree57223.6
3) Neutral441.8
4) Disagree79532.8
5) Strongly disagree883.6
88) Don't know15.6
99) Refused4.2
TOTAL2427100.0
332) Please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree on the following statements regarding information on voting. I received information concerning when, where, or how to vote from churches or other non-profit organizations. (VOTE30)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree88836.6
2) Agree36114.9
3) Neutral381.6
4) Disagree98640.6
5) Strongly disagree1375.6
88) Don't know11.5
99) Refused5.2
TOTAL2426100.0
333) Who should be responsible for providing information concerning candidates or issues? SELECT ALL THAT APPLY. None (VOTE31_1)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked156964.6
1) Checked85835.4
TOTAL2427100.0
334) Who should be responsible for providing information concerning candidates or issues? SELECT ALL THAT APPLY. Newspaper (VOTE31_2)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked101141.7
1) Checked141658.3
TOTAL2427100.0
335) Who should be responsible for providing information concerning candidates or issues? SELECT ALL THAT APPLY. Television or radio (VOTE31_3)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked106844
1) Checked135956
TOTAL2427100.0
336) Who should be responsible for providing information concerning candidates or issues? SELECT ALL THAT APPLY. Voter guides or other publications (VOTE31_4)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked144159.3
1) Checked98740.7
TOTAL2428100.0
337) Who should be responsible for providing information concerning candidates or issues? SELECT ALL THAT APPLY. Civic or community forums (VOTE31_5)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked142258.6
1) Checked100541.4
TOTAL2427100.0
338) Who should be responsible for providing information concerning candidates or issues? SELECT ALL THAT APPLY. Family or friends (VOTE31_6)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked148361.1
1) Checked94538.9
TOTAL2428100.0
339) Who should be responsible for providing information concerning candidates or issues? SELECT ALL THAT APPLY. Candidates themselves (VOTE31_7)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked84634.9
1) Checked158165.1
TOTAL2427100.0
340) Who should be responsible for providing information concerning candidates or issues? SELECT ALL THAT APPLY. Government sources (VOTE31_8)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked133054.8
1) Checked109745.2
TOTAL2427100.0
341) Who should be responsible for providing information concerning candidates or issues? SELECT ALL THAT APPLY. Political parties (VOTE31_9)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked131354.1
1) Checked111445.9
TOTAL2427100.0
342) Who should be responsible for providing information concerning candidates or issues? SELECT ALL THAT APPLY. Churches (VOTE3110)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked149061.4
1) Checked93838.6
TOTAL2428100.0
343) Who should be responsible for providing information concerning candidates or issues? SELECT ALL THAT APPLY. Other - specify (VOTE3111)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked144059.3
1) Checked98740.7
TOTAL2427100.0
344) Who should be responsible for providing information concerning candidates or issues? SELECT ALL THAT APPLY. Don't know (VOTE3112)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked144159.4
1) Checked98640.6
TOTAL2427100.0
345) Who should be responsible for providing information concerning candidates or issues? SELECT ALL THAT APPLY. Refused (VOTE3113)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked156764.6
1) Checked86035.4
TOTAL2427100.0
346) Please tell me if you think the following items would be highly effective, somewhat effective, somewhat ineffective, or highly ineffective at making it more likely for you or others to vote. Public service ads encouraging voting (VOTE32)
TOTAL%
1) Highly effective118748.9
2) Somewhat effective92638.2
3) Somewhat ineffective2239.2
4) Highly ineffective692.8
88) Don't know20.8
99) Refused10
TOTAL2426100.0
347) Please tell me if you think the following items would be highly effective, somewhat effective, somewhat ineffective, or highly ineffective at making it more likely for you or others to vote. Reminder cards prior to Election Day (VOTE33)
TOTAL%
1) Highly effective134355.3
2) Somewhat effective76931.7
3) Somewhat ineffective2279.4
4) Highly ineffective763.1
88) Don't know11.5
99) Refused10
TOTAL2427100.0
348) Please tell me if you think the following items would be highly effective, somewhat effective, somewhat ineffective, or highly ineffective at making it more likely for you or others to vote. Voter guides on candidates and issues (VOTE34)
TOTAL%
1) Highly effective131554.2
2) Somewhat effective81633.6
3) Somewhat ineffective2068.5
4) Highly ineffective502.1
88) Don't know381.6
99) Refused10
TOTAL2426100.0
349) Please tell me if you think the following items would be highly effective, somewhat effective, somewhat ineffective, or highly ineffective at making it more likely for you or others to vote. Increased contact with candidates (VOTE35)
TOTAL%
1) Highly effective126552.1
2) Somewhat effective83234.3
3) Somewhat ineffective2138.8
4) Highly ineffective833.4
88) Don't know311.3
99) Refused4.2
TOTAL2428100.0
350) Please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree with the following statements. Citizens would be more likely to vote if the voting process were made easier. (VOTE36)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree109645.2
2) Agree55622.9
3) Disagree58524.1
4) Strongly disagree1586.5
8) Don't know291.2
9) Refused2.1
TOTAL2426100.0
351) Please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree with the following statements. People would be more likely to vote if they had more information on candidates or issues. (VOTE37)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree120749.8
2) Agree72129.7
3) Disagree40416.7
4) Strongly disagree733
8) Don't know19.8
9) Refused2.1
TOTAL2426100.0
352) Please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree with the following statements. More people would vote if they were able to vote at home via the internet. (VOTE38)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree125251.6
2) Agree73030.1
3) Disagree29712.2
4) Strongly disagree793.3
8) Don't know682.8
9) Refused10
TOTAL2427100.0
353) Please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree with the following statements. More people would vote if they were able to vote somewhere other than at their polling site. (VOTE39)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree105843.6
2) Agree63126
3) Disagree58424.1
4) Strongly disagree813.3
8) Don't know702.9
9) Refused2.1
TOTAL2426100.0
354) Please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree with the following statements. More people would vote if Election Day was a holiday. (VOTE40)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree95239.2
2) Agree28711.8
3) Disagree91237.6
4) Strongly disagree25210.4
8) Don't know241
9) Refused10
TOTAL2428100.0
355) Please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree with the following statements. More people would vote if they could vote over a two or three day period. (VOTE41)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree104242.9
2) Agree71529.5
3) Disagree55823
4) Strongly disagree873.6
8) Don't know241
9) Refused10
TOTAL2427100.0
356) Please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree with the following statements. People would be more likely to vote if they had a publication on candidates and issues appearing on the ballot. (VOTE42)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree100241.3
2) Agree65627
3) Disagree63426.1
4) Strongly disagree873.6
8) Don't know421.7
9) Refused5.2
TOTAL2426100.0
357) Please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree with the following statements. More people would vote if elections were held on a weekend. (VOTE43)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree92238
2) Agree40316.6
3) Disagree88836.6
4) Strongly disagree1626.7
8) Don't know522.1
9) Refused10
TOTAL2428100.0
358) Please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree with the following statements. People would be more likely to vote if all elections were conducted by mail. (VOTE44)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree90437.2
2) Agree40216.6
3) Disagree91937.9
4) Strongly disagree1415.8
8) Don't know582.4
9) Refused4.2
TOTAL2428100.0
359) Next, I'd like to ask some questions about the Nebraska Department of Roads. Please keep in mind that I will be referring to the roads of the state highway system, not the roads of your city or county. Thinking about the highways in the state of Nebraska, how satisfied are you with the *condition* of these roads? (R1)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied92538.1
2) Somewhat satisfied109745.2
3) Somewhat dissatisfied31412.9
4) Very dissatisfied712.9
8) Don't know20.8
9) Refused00
TOTAL2427100.0
360) Next, I'd like to ask some questions about the Nebraska Department of Roads. Please keep in mind that I will be referring to the roads of the state highway system, not the roads of your city or county. Thinking of just the major highway routes of the state, how satisfied are you with snow and ice removal by the Department of Roads? (R2)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied118748.9
2) Somewhat satisfied97740.3
3) Somewhat dissatisfied1445.9
4) Very dissatisfied461.9
8) Don't know712.9
9) Refused2.1
TOTAL2427100.0
361) Next, I'd like to ask some questions about the Nebraska Department of Roads. Please keep in mind that I will be referring to the roads of the state highway system, not the roads of your city or county. Thinking only of the employees of the Department of Roads, not those of highway contractors, the county, or the city, what is your overall impression of the employees of the Department of Roads? **State workers do maintenance on roads** **Highway contractors do new construction** (R3)
TOTAL%
1) Very favorable88236.3
2) Favorable123450.8
3) Unfavorable893.7
4) Very unfavorable19.8
8) Don't know2008.2
9) Refused3.1
TOTAL2427100.0
362) Next, I'd like to ask some questions about the Nebraska Department of Roads. Please keep in mind that I will be referring to the roads of the state highway system, not the roads of your city or county. Have you had contact with an employee of the Department of Roads within the past year? [if (answer is greater than 1) skip to R6] (R4)
TOTAL%
1) Yes107544.3
5) No132954.8
8) Don't know23.9
9) Refused00
TOTAL2427100.0
363) Next, I'd like to ask some questions about the Nebraska Department of Roads. Please keep in mind that I will be referring to the roads of the state highway system, not the roads of your city or county. Would you say the employee [of the Department of Roads] was very courteous, somewhat courteous, somewhat discourteous, or very discourteous? (R5)
TOTAL%
1) Very courteous221191.1
2) Courteous1927.9
3) Not very courteous19.8
4) Not at all courteous2.1
8) Don't know3.1
TOTAL2427100.0
364) Next, I would like to read some statements about the Nebraska Department of Roads. Please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree with each statement. The Department of Roads is doing a good job of building and maintaining the state highway system. (R6)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree81633.6
2) Agree127352.5
3) Neither agree or disagree/Neutral461.9
4) Disagree or2128.7
5) Strongly disagree461.9
8) Don't know321.3
9) Refused2.1
TOTAL2427100.0
365) Next, I would like to read some statements about the Nebraska Department of Roads. Please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree with each statement. All revenues collected from motor fuel taxes should be spent for transportation-related highway improvements and maintenance. (R10)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree100241.3
2) Agree109345
3) Neither agree or disagree/neutral381.6
4) Disagree or2018.3
5) Strongly disagree18.7
8) Don't know753.1
9) Refused00
TOTAL2427100.0
366) Some people in the state support higher gasoline taxes for various reasons. For example, some would support higher taxes to *maintain* the condition of the existing state highway system. Others might support higher gasoline taxes to *improve* the condition of the state highway system. Still others would support higher gasoline taxes to complete the state's 600-mile expressway system. [Probe: This would be a series of four-lane roads connecting towns and cities in Nebraska.] Would you support higher gasoline taxes to maintain the condition of the existing highway system? (R11)
TOTAL%
1) Yes137056.4
5) No102142.1
8) Don't know341.4
9) Refused2.1
TOTAL2427100.0
367) Some people in the state support higher gasoline taxes for various reasons. For example, some would support higher taxes to *maintain* the condition of the existing state highway system. Others might support higher gasoline taxes to *improve* the condition of the state highway system. Still others would support higher gasoline taxes to complete the state's 600-mile expressway system. [Probe: This would be a series of four-lane roads connecting towns and cities in Nebraska.] Would you support higher gasoline taxes to *improve* the condition of the state highway system? (R12)
TOTAL%
1) Yes143359.1
5) No94338.9
8) Don't know451.9
9) Refused5.2
TOTAL2426100.0
368) Some people in the state support higher gasoline taxes for various reasons. For example, some would support higher taxes to *maintain* the condition of the existing state highway system. Others might support higher gasoline taxes to *improve* the condition of the state highway system. Still others would support higher gasoline taxes to complete the state's 600-mile expressway system. [Probe: This would be a series of four-lane roads connecting towns and cities in Nebraska.] Would you support higher gasoline taxes to accelerate completion of the state's 600-mile expressway system? (R13)
TOTAL%
1) Yes115147.4
5) No120549.6
8) Don't know682.8
9) Refused4.2
TOTAL2428100.0
369) Safety of the motoring public is a priority of the Department of Roads. Thinking only of state highways, how satisfied are you with the Department of Roads in providing you with a safe transportation system? Would you say you are... (RS3)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied112646.4
2) Somewhat satisfied117348.3
3) Somewhat dissatisfied893.7
4) Very dissatisfied11.5
8) Don't know291.2
TOTAL2428100.0
370) How safe do you feel when you have to drive through a construction work zone on Nebraska highways? Would you say you feel... (RS2)
TOTAL%
1) Very safe106543.9
2) Somewhat safe98240.4
3) Somewhat unsafe30812.7
4) Very unsafe532.2
8) Don't know20.8
TOTAL2428100.0
371) In the past 12 months, have you stopped at one of Nebraska's I-80 rest areas? [if (answer is greater than 1) skip to ra2] (RA1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes171070.5
5) No71129.3
8) Don't know6.2
TOTAL2427100.0
372) How safe do you feel when using one of Nebraska's I-80 rest areas? Would you say you feel... (RA1A)
TOTAL%
1) Very safe177973.3
2) Somewhat safe53622.1
3) Somewhat unsafe893.7
4) Very unsafe17.7
8) Don't know6.2
TOTAL2427100.0
373) While visiting Nebraska I-80 rest areas, have you used the video display that provides weather and road condition information? [if (answer is greater than 1) skip to RA2] (RA1B)
TOTAL%
1) Yes175072.1
5) No67427.8
8) Don't know3.1
TOTAL2427100.0
374) How useful was the video display to you? Would you say... (RA1B_A)
TOTAL%
1) Very useful221891.4
2) Somewhat useful1897.8
3) Not very useful12.5
4) Not at all useful4.2
8) Don't know3.1
TOTAL2426100.0
375) Overall, how would you compare Nebraska's Interstate 80 rest areas to rest areas in other states? Would you say Nebraska's rest areas are... (RA2)
TOTAL%
1) Much better85235.1
2) Somewhat better34314.1
3) About the same88236.4
4) Somewhat worse1215
8) Don't know2289.4
TOTAL2426100.0
376) Overall, would you say your feelings about the Department of Roads are generally very positive, somewhat positive, somewhat negative, or very negative? (RI1)
TOTAL%
1) Very positive96539.8
2) Somewhat positive129253.2
3) Somewhat negative1204.9
4) Very negative13.5
8) Don't know361.5
9) Refused10
TOTAL2427100.0
377) I just have a few final questions for you. Does (your husband/your wife/the primary income earner in the household) typically work full-time, part-time, go to school, keep house, or something else? [if (pier is greater than 5) skip to home] [if (pier equals 3) skip to home] (SEMP)
TOTAL%
1) Working a full-time job (35 hours or more)179674
2) Working a part-time job(s)1817.5
3) With a job, but not at work - temporary illness/vacation/strike10
4) Unemployed, laid off, looking for work13.5
5) Retired24410.1
6) In school12.5
7) Keeping house1466
8) Other - specify271.1
99) Refused6.2
TOTAL2426100.0
378) Was (he/she) ever employed for as long as one year? [if (semp is less than or equal to 3) skip to styp] [if (answer is greater than 1) skip to home] (SEEM)
TOTAL%
1) Yes236597.4
5) No582.4
9) Refused4.2
TOTAL2427100.0
379) Now I would like to ask you some questions about your home. Which of the following comes closest to the kind of housing unit you now live in? [Read the list and stop when R. selects unit type.] (HOME)
TOTAL%
1) Mobile home562.3
2) Detached single family house202983.6
3) Townhouse/condominium803.3
4) Apartment/duplex25510.5
5) Other - specify4.2
8) Don't know2.1
9) Refused2.1
TOTAL2428100.0
380) Do you or some member of your household own your home outright, are you buying it, or do you rent? (OHOM)
TOTAL%
1) Own outright99841.1
2) Buying93638.6
3) Renting45418.7
4) Other - specify11.5
5) Provided as part of job/wages19.8
8) Don't know5.2
9) Refused4.2
TOTAL2427100.0
381) Finally, I have just a few more questions about yourself. What is your religious preference? Is it Protestant, Catholic, Jewish, some other religion, or no religion? (RELI)
TOTAL%
1) Protestant143158.9
2) Catholic63426.1
3) Jewish9.4
4) None2389.8
5) Other - specify783.2
8) Don't know4.2
9) Refused341.4
TOTAL2428100.0
382) What specific denomination is that, if any? [if (reli is greater than 1) skip to ratt] (DENO)
TOTAL%
1) Baptist112146.2
2) Methodist27511.3
3) Lutheran47819.7
4) Presbyterian883.6
5) Episcopalian331.4
6) Church of Christ16.7
7) Evangelical Free Church381.6
8) Congregational14.6
9) Other - specify803.3
10) Christian1154.7
11) United Church of Christ20.8
12) First Christian8.3
13) Assembly of God271.1
14) No denomination/none1094.5
88) Don't know10
99) Refused4.2
TOTAL2427100.0
383) How often do you attend religious services? [Read choices if necessary] (RATT)
TOTAL%
1) Several times a week1968.1
2) Once a week84634.9
3) Nearly every week24410.1
4) About once a month26711
5) Several times a year32813.5
6) About once a year1656.8
7) Less than once a year602.5
8) Never28311.7
88) Don't know16.7
99) Refused22.9
TOTAL2427100.0
384) Is your total family income $20,000 or more, or less than $20,000? [if (answer equals 9) skip to agyr] [if (answer equals 8) skip to AGYR] [skip to inco] (INCM)
TOTAL%
1) $20,000 or more195980.7
5) Less than $20,00027611.4
8) Don't know662.7
9) Refused1265.2
TOTAL2427100.0
385) I am going to mention a number of income categories. When I mention the category which describes your total family income in the last 12 months, please stop me. [if (answer is greater than 0) skip to agyr] (INC)
TOTAL%
1) 146819.3
5) $20,000 to $24,9991877.7
6) $25,000 to $29,9991596.5
7) $30,000 to $39,99927411.3
8) $40,000 to $49,99929212
9) $50,000 to $59,99926010.7
10) $60,000 to $74,9992108.6
11) $75,000 to $100,0002349.6
12) $100,000 or more1937.9
88) Don't know411.7
99) Refused1114.6
TOTAL2429100.0
386) I am going to mention a number of income categories. When I mention the category which describes your total family income in the last 12 months, please stop me. (INCO)
TOTAL%
1) Under $5,000217989.8
2) $5,000 to $9,999421.7
3) $10,000 to $14,999733
4) $15,000 to $19,9991144.7
88) Don't know9.4
99) Refused10.4
TOTAL2427100.0
387) In what year were you born? (AGYR)
TOTAL%
1908) 190810
1910) 191010
1911) 191110
1912) 191210
1913) 191310
1914) 19145.2
1915) 19154.2
1916) 19162.1
1917) 19176.2
1918) 19187.3
1919) 191910.4
1920) 192011.5
1921) 192116.7
1922) 192213.5
1923) 192311.5
1924) 192414.6
1925) 192516.7
1926) 192622.9
1927) 192715.6
1928) 1928241
1929) 1929251
1930) 1930241
1931) 193123.9
1932) 1932271.1
1933) 1933371.5
1934) 1934351.4
1935) 1935261.1
1936) 193619.8
1937) 1937261.1
1938) 193822.9
1939) 1939281.2
1940) 194022.9
1941) 194118.7
1942) 1942411.7
1943) 1943251
1944) 1944321.3
1945) 1945381.6
1946) 1946371.5
1947) 1947331.4
1948) 1948391.6
1949) 1949361.5
1950) 1950441.8
1951) 1951431.8
1952) 1952331.4
1953) 1953441.8
1954) 1954401.6
1955) 1955381.6
1956) 1956391.6
1957) 1957411.7
1958) 1958552.3
1959) 1959602.5
1960) 1960562.3
1961) 1961662.7
1962) 1962542.2
1963) 1963652.7
1964) 1964602.5
1965) 1965451.9
1966) 1966441.8
1967) 1967441.8
1968) 1968522.1
1969) 1969542.2
1970) 1970361.5
1971) 1971512.1
1972) 1972401.6
1973) 1973431.8
1974) 1974361.5
1975) 1975391.6
1976) 1976411.7
1977) 1977351.4
1978) 1978251
1979) 1979512.1
1980) 1980522.1
1981) 1981351.4
1982) 1982482
1983) 1983241
1984) 1984642.6
1985) 19854.2
8888) Don't know5.2
9999) Refused271.1
TOTAL2427100.0
388) [Interviewer: How would you rate the quality of the information obtained in this interview?] [IF (answer equals 1) skip to intcom] (F1QUAL)
TOTAL%
1) Excellent - no problems at all214588.4
2) Good - a few problems but overall quality good2369.7
3) Fair - a number of problems but overall acceptable341.4
4) Poor - many problems, overall quality open to question11.5
TOTAL2426100.0
389) What were the reasons that the quality of the information was less than excellent? SELECT ALL THAT APPLY. Interview not in respondent's native language (LOWQUAL1)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked27511.3
1) Checked215288.7
TOTAL2427100.0
390) What were the reasons that the quality of the information was less than excellent? SELECT ALL THAT APPLY. Hearing problems (hearing loss or background noise) (LOWQUAL2)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked2229.1
1) Checked220590.9
TOTAL2427100.0
391) What were the reasons that the quality of the information was less than excellent? SELECT ALL THAT APPLY. Interruptions or distractions (LOWQUAL3)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked2359.7
1) Checked219290.3
TOTAL2427100.0
392) What were the reasons that the quality of the information was less than excellent? SELECT ALL THAT APPLY. Poor phone connection (LOWQUAL4)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked26711
1) Checked216089
TOTAL2427100.0
393) What were the reasons that the quality of the information was less than excellent? SELECT ALL THAT APPLY. Lack of mental or physical competency (LOWQUAL5)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked26811
1) Checked215989
TOTAL2427100.0
394) What were the reasons that the quality of the information was less than excellent? SELECT ALL THAT APPLY. Infirm (too weak or ill) (LOWQUAL6)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked28111.6
1) Checked214688.4
TOTAL2427100.0
395) What were the reasons that the quality of the information was less than excellent? SELECT ALL THAT APPLY. Intoxication (LOWQUAL7)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked28011.5
1) Checked214888.5
TOTAL2428100.0
396) What were the reasons that the quality of the information was less than excellent? SELECT ALL THAT APPLY. Respondent was rushed (LOWQUAL8)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked25910.7
1) Checked216989.3
TOTAL2428100.0
397) What were the reasons that the quality of the information was less than excellent? SELECT ALL THAT APPLY. Respondent did not take interview seriously (LOWQUAL9)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked26210.8
1) Checked216589.2
TOTAL2427100.0
398) What were the reasons that the quality of the information was less than excellent? SELECT ALL THAT APPLY. Respondent did not understand the meaning of the questions (LOWQUA10)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked2279.4
1) Checked220090.6
TOTAL2427100.0
399) What were the reasons that the quality of the information was less than excellent? SELECT ALL THAT APPLY. Respondent was offended by the interview (LOWQUA11)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked27411.3
1) Checked215388.7
TOTAL2427100.0
400) What were the reasons that the quality of the information was less than excellent? SELECT ALL THAT APPLY. Respondent may not be truthful: someone else may have been listening (LOWQUA12)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked28111.6
1) Checked214688.4
TOTAL2427100.0
401) What were the reasons that the quality of the information was less than excellent? SELECT ALL THAT APPLY. Respondent may not be truthful: someone was within hearing distance (LOWQUA13)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked28111.6
1) Checked214688.4
TOTAL2427100.0
402) What were the reasons that the quality of the information was less than excellent? SELECT ALL THAT APPLY. Other - specify (LOWQUA14)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked1566.4
1) Checked227193.6
TOTAL2427100.0
403) How would you rate the respondent's overall thinking and comprehension of everyday instructions and questions? (F1THINK)
TOTAL%
1) Excellent222691.7
2) Good1536.3
3) Fair401.6
4) Poor8.3
5) Inadequate00
TOTAL2427100.0
404) Race - Hispanic or Latino (RACE_10)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked238698.3
1) Checked401.6
10) [ARDA note: missing label]10
TOTAL2427100.0
405) Number of adults in household (ADULTHH)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL24272.060.70
406) We're not selling anything. Your telephone number was generated at random by a computer to insure a scientific sample of people in our study. To make sure our study is scientific, can you tell me how many adults ages 19 and older are living in your household? [if (answer equals 0) skip to nonqual] (INTRO3)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL24272.040.70
407) Region (REG)
TOTAL%
1) Central30912.7
2) Midland94338.9
3) Northern30712.6
4) Southeastern58724.2
5) Southwestern1536.3
6) Panhandle1285.3
TOTAL2427100.0
408) Age category (AGECAT)
TOTAL%
-9) [ARDA note: Missing label]15.6
1) 19 to 24 years old28811.9
2) 25 to 44 years95239.2
3) 45 to 64 years71829.6
4) 65 or older45418.7
TOTAL2427100.0
409) Individual Weight (PWEIGHT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10.456
410) HH Weight (HWEIGHT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL24270.580.13
411) Number of household members ages 0 to 12 years old (AGE0_12)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL24270.540.93
412) Number of household members ages 13 to 18 years old (AGE13_18)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL24270.300.66
413) Total Family Income (INCOME)
TOTAL%
1) Under $5,00039016.1
2) $5,000 to $9,999421.7
3) $10,000 to $14,999733
4) $15,000 to $19,9991144.7
5) $20,000 to $24,9991877.7
6) $25,000 to $29,9991596.5
7) $30,000 to $39,00027411.3
8) $40,000 to $49,99929212
9) $50,000 to $59,99926010.7
10) $60,000 to $69,9992108.6
11) $70,000 to $79,9992349.6
12) $80,000 to $89,9991937.9
TOTAL2428100.0
414) Number of years lived in county categories [-9 Don't know] (LIVCAT)
TOTAL%
-9) Don't know2.1
0) Less than 1 year943.9
1) 1 to 5 years43718
2) 6 to 10 years28511.7
3) 11 to 15 years2078.5
4) 16 to 20 years2239.2
5) 21 to 25 years1787.3
6) 26 to 30 years2158.9
7) 31 to 35 years1476.1
8) 36 to 40 years1616.6
9) 41 to 45 years1225
10) 46 to 50 years1134.7
11) 51 or more years24310
TOTAL2427100.0
415) Age category (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-AGE)
TOTAL%
1) 19 to 24 years old30312.5
2) 25 to 44 years95239.2
3) 45 to 64 years71829.6
4) 65 or older45418.7
TOTAL2427100.0
416) What is the highest degree you have attained? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-EDUC)
TOTAL%
1) High school diploma/GED or less90337.2
2) Some college, but no degree44918.5
3) Technical/Associate/Junior college (two-year, LPN)33713.9
4) Bachelor's degree (four-year, BA, BS, RN)51821.3
5) Graduate degree (Master's, MA, Doctorate, Ph.D.)2219.1
TOTAL2428100.0
417) What is your sex? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-SEX)
TOTAL%
1) Male119649.3
5) Female123150.7
TOTAL2427100.0
418) Region (For use with online analysis) (I-REGION)
TOTAL%
1) Central30912.7
2) Midland94338.9
3) Northern30712.6
4) Southeastern58724.2
5) Southwestern1536.3
6) Panhandle1285.3
TOTAL2427100.0
419) Total Family Income (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-INCOME)
TOTAL%
1) Under $20,00061925.5
2) $20,000 to $29,99934714.3
3) $30,000 to $49,99956523.3
4) $50,000 to $69,99947019.4
5) $70,000 to $89,99942617.6
TOTAL2427100.0
420) Are you married, never married, divorced, widowed, or separated? [if ('marr' equals 1) skip 'pier'] (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-MARITAL)
TOTAL%
1) Married163467.4
2) Never married42417.5
3) Divorced, separated, or married, living apart2249.2
4) Widowed1445.9
TOTAL2426100.0